If I could live anywhere…maybe I’d live in a giant shamrock forest.

If I could live anywhere…maybe I’d live in a giant shamrock forest.

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Painting from life. For my mama who’s been sick. Instead of real flowers, I decided to paint her some.

Painting from life. For my mama who’s been sick. Instead of real flowers, I decided to paint her some.

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captainhealthymind-deactivated2 asked:
Wow you're really talented! It all looks so gorgeous :o x

Thank you! I really appreciate that. It’s always nice to know that someone enjoys my art as much as I enjoy creating it :)


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Anonymous asked:
your art will brighten my dash

This comment brightened my day.


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Lovely, Dark and Deep. Watercolor

Lovely, Dark and Deep. Watercolor

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Our house. 5” x 7”.

Our house. 5” x 7”.

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Here’s the first installment of the step-by-step process of the painting I’m working on.

1. Outline. I traced a sketch to the watercolor paper, then outlined the pencil lines in watercolor using a detail round brush.

2. First wash. Wet the whole sheet, start dabbing colors where you want the darker tones of the painting to be, which in this case is around the dragon and the kids. Add little flourishes of color.

3. Start picking out the stars in the dragons body. The body is three-dimensional, so I’ve only worked on one face of it, making sure to go darker at the curves. 

And don’t forget my VALENTINE GIVE-AWAY CONTEST at my facebook page! Thanks for all your support!!

Here’s the first installment of the step-by-step process of the painting I’m working on.

1. Outline. I traced a sketch to the watercolor paper, then outlined the pencil lines in watercolor using a detail round brush.

2. First wash. Wet the whole sheet, start dabbing colors where you want the darker tones of the painting to be, which in this case is around the dragon and the kids. Add little flourishes of color.

3. Start picking out the stars in the dragons body. The body is three-dimensional, so I’ve only worked on one face of it, making sure to go darker at the curves.

And don’t forget my VALENTINE GIVE-AWAY CONTEST at my facebook page! Thanks for all your support!!

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2 winners will receive 8 valentine flat notes with envelopes. See details and enter the contest on my Facebook page!

2 winners will receive 8 valentine flat notes with envelopes. See details and enter the contest on my Facebook page!

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Where I’m Going Tomorrow. Watercolor and Ink.

Where I’m Going Tomorrow. Watercolor and Ink.

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birth of death of birth.

birth of death of birth.

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