creative madness…

 

photos of the weekend #48 / creative madness

 

I love music, art, theater, dance…

 

This autumn has been inspiring. I’ve learned a lot about painting, colors and different mediums.

I like acrylic paints, watercolors, Chinese ink and galligraphy brushes are also interesting.

Or acrylic crayons. Add a drop of water and the picture is totally different!

wow, I’m having fun!

 

What have you created lately?

 

 

almost icecream by BLOGitse

 acrylic  paint

 

detail, watercolor by BLOGitse

 watercolor and Chinese ink

 

eri keeper, paper, yellow acrylic by BLOGitse

 glue, tissue, yellow acrylic paint

 

watercolor by BLOGitse

watercolor

 

watercolor and Chinese ink by BLOGitse

 watercolor and Chinese ink

 

 

black acrlylic on white paper by BLOGitse

acrylic paint

 

red cheese by BLOGitse

acrylic paint

 

red on orange by BLOGitse

acrylic paint

 

red tail on blue by BLOGitse

acrylic paint

 

Neitsytpolku, Helsinki 29.11.11 at 10.26 am by BLOGitse

Neitsytpolku, Helsinki 29.11.2011 at 10:26 am

Sun’s not very high…

 

sun's position in Helsinki 29.11.11 at 12.26 pm by BLOGitse 2

here it’s 12:26 pm and the sun is looking very, very lazy, not going higher…

 

sun's position in Helsinki 29.11.11 at 12.26 pm by BLOGitse

Is this a big shadow or what? 🙂

Can’t wait for brighter and longer days…


 

 

Shadow Shot Sunday

 

 

Sundays In My City

 

 

Life In Pictures

 

 

ps.

Want to amuse yourself?

 

Check out Tina’s post of pinterest, it’s hilarious!

 

 

Have a creative weekend!

 

 

26 thoughts on “creative madness…”

  1. I love trying new things, and it looks like you do, too. I have dabbled with painting, but turned to the camera and to designing my lap quilts. Love all of your experimentation with the acrylics and Chinese ink (I had not heard of it before). The colors are vivid in some shots and then muted and mingling in other. The shadow shots are awesome. This is a fascinating post full of things to make one think creatively. genie

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  2. Uh, sitä on vallan unohtanut kuinka pimeää siellä oikeasti on. Mutta loistavasti korjattu puute väreillä, maalaaminen saa unohtamaan kaiken muun. Tykkään töistä, joissa kiinanmustetta on taitavasti sekoitettu vesiväreihin, aasialaiset hallitsevat sen homman uskomattoman hienosti.

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  3. Your funny… wish the sun shines crispier that ever now that we have rain/snow/wind & storm…

    OMG, darkness is killing me & my cold allergy.

    Hope your enjoying your work and the beautiful city of Helsinki.

    Hugs,
    /chie

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  4. I will never complain about the lack of light down here this winter, Neatly captured, it now looks cold there!

    All of yoyr edits are great, the textures and colors bold and stylish. I need to create something…

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  5. I remember being in Northern Ireland in December several years ago. It was still dark–pitch dark!–at 9 a.m.! Your photos tell me that the darkness in Finland in December is even more profound than Northern Ireland’s!

    EVERYWHERE SHADOWS

    Shadows above and shadows below,
    Shadows that blaze and shadows that glow;
    Shadows outside and shadows indoors,
    Shadows on trees and shadows on floors;
    Everywhere shadows calling my name,
    Everywhere shadows no one can tame.

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Desert Shadows and Cemetery Shadows

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    • Ahkera kylla! Kuin tuli hannan alla…melkein maaninen olen ollut innostuksesta.
      Haalin tarjouksista papereita, kankaita jne. Suomessa taidetarvikkeet on kalliita. Vaikkei kylla halpoja taida enaa olla missaan, ehka Kiinassa…

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    • On terapiaa, meditoivaa, rauhoittavaa…paitsi kun intoutuu niin, etta adrenaliini voittaa! Nyt yritan oppia piirtamaan/maalaamaan silman……

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