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Old 01-18-2020, 04:21 PM
Stizelswik Stizelswik is offline
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Hi, All! I spent the evening last night teaching my beloved hubby how to color so "it looks real like yours do". lol. He asked me to teach him. Now consider that he is colored blind... to a degree. He can see some colors, but can't tell what they are. Or, different shades look gray to him.
Medium: Crayola Crayons
I drew this simple iris for him, and guided him through shading with the colors that our (real) iris' were in the spring. He did most of the work.
Not bad for a first "painting" in my opinion... even if he is my hubby! ha ha ha

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