Through this blog, I am joining Julie Oakley and others around the world, in a daily excursion, by foot or bike, stopping along the way to do a sketch.
Are they really miniature paintings? How hard that must be. I am a heavyhanded painter and would have to take off me specs to do something as tiny s that. Of course some people paint on gingko leaves.w.I was crook again yesterday, saw the doc today and now have stronger antibiotics and feel a bit better tonight.I hope your burn is healing.
Oh, I love these charming little things. I wonder, just as Peceli & Wendy did -- were they really that small and what size brush did you use? I feel a great kinship to them and must try to do some bitsies.Annie
Wendy + Annie - I just draw around my credit card or driver's licence and immediately feel less intimidated about doing a landscape which I find difficult to 'see'. I have a small card window to hold up and help frame the scene. I just use a number two brush, the one that comes with the Windsor + Newton travel set of watercolours
Glorious--here I go!Thanks.Annie
These are such delightful compositions.
Lovely! Each has it's own palette of colors but they all go together so nicely. I'm envious of your lovely views and it's making me want to get on my bike and off into nature somewhere.
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