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Old 02-03-2008, 07:25 AM
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Feb. allready. My how time flys. Let's see what all you wonderful artists have on your pages.
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Old 02-04-2008, 08:27 PM
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Okay, I'll get us started. I was cleaning my art area up and ran across some oil pastels that I have neglected for quite a while so I thought I would play with them.


This one is new prismacolor markers I was testing out.


Then just a goofy little doodle,
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Blind contour of another person, done from life in sharpie:


Diluted acrylic paint sketches, from imagination:





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Old 02-07-2008, 10:32 AM
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Little Dreamer, I love mermaids! And yours has a very nice looseness and whimsy to it. I like her alot!
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Here are two more faces from imagination:





When it started to drip I decided I liked it... and left it to run down the paper

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Museum day yesterday, a tiny part of the collection on show, lots of funny people.





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Ok, here goes I'm finally posting something! I scribbled this guy while watching the movie Pan's Labrinth.
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Ok, here goes I'm finally posting something! I scribbled this guy while watching the movie Pan's Labrinth.
You wouldn't be thinking about a giant toad would you? Love your drawing-the movie though was to brutal for me ! The human charecters were more frightening than the monsters! Like I said-love your toady!
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Some wondrous ideas here !
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Something from' digital sketchbook '-- aka sketches loaded into digital computer files.
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The beat of the drum sounds..............
Water fills my sky
I swim towards the roof , the membrane
breaking through , I hear a roar
from a bear as liken a mountain
the body vibrate [ the soul soars ] as [ eye ?] wash ashore
the bear transcends , becomes a hill
sings riddles to me
I'm speechless but my mind talks
words are stories , images are art
I brave the bear whom now is stormy cloud
takes me up in arms rings me out
it rains me down , down to earth
the body is water, the eye is light
colors arc , the bower is awash in morning due
I tell the children stories .
Original by W.J.Lexie


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VISION QUEST
Her hair of sparks
face liken fruits
body of potent roots
ancient were her remarks
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Two from figure drawing:






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Okay Bill............I thought I was the only one who wrote poems/stories for my paintings and such. Of course, yours make sense wheras mine are the stuff of high school. I like this drummer girl!

I just noticed on your profile you meditate. I would love to do that! I have googled many sites, just need time away from the kids............when I'm not painting........or cleaning..........or working. And of course that list goes on endlessly!

AnyHooooooo, I really find this enjoyable! Can't even explain why, it just is.
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Okay Bill............I thought I was the only one who wrote poems/stories for my paintings and such. Of course, yours make sense wheras mine are the stuff of high school. I like this drummer girl!

I just noticed on your profile you meditate. I would love to do that! I have googled many sites, just need time away from the kids............when I'm not painting........or cleaning..........or working. And of course that list goes on endlessly!

AnyHooooooo, I really find this enjoyable! Can't even explain why, it just is.
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Well , thanks much Kim ,
Yes, Im quite fascinated with her currently [ that s why I started photographing her at different angles and tinkering with lighting effects ] and there are 'band mates ' under construction.
I do wonder where it all comes from .........
Ahh yeah meditating , well its not the -- ooommm / sitting cross legged kind -- more like just thinking, getting lost in thought/ daydreaming also the dream sleep state .
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