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Category: Shadow Shot Sunday2

urban watercolor sketching book by BLOGitse

learning is fun!

    This week I’ve been sketching, something every day, I want to learn more…   I love this book!     Urban Watercolor Sketching by Felix Scheinberger     I want to learn how to draw…rough and wild – I’m controlling too much, I need to loosen up!       Paint Party Friday

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no name watercolor painting by BLOGitse

what’s this?

    I love colors. I played with orange watercolor, added some black. When it was dry I started draw lines. Here it is – a picture without plan, no name.       Paint Party Friday     What would happen if we didn’t have shadows?       Shadow Shot Sunday2    

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water soluble wax pastels painting by BLOGitse

playing with water soluble wax pastels

  I played with water soluble wax pastels. Here’s what I did in my sketch book.     PAINT PARTY FRIDAY       Do you see something in this? (I don’t!)  What would you call it?     Last weekend I posted art in EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art.   I’m sure

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pine branch by BLOGitse


      It started from this pine branch….I got an inspiration     to digitalized it     This digital version was  an inspiration for my watercolor painting, just inspiration.       Paint Party Friday     On Saturday we visited EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art     A piece of art

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dancer watercolor painting by BLOGitse

playing with colors

    I’ve been painting…a lot!   BUT. I’m still trying to learn how to paint with water and colors 🙂 Here’s one I did yesterday, ‘dancer’. I wanted to learn how to leave white white….     Paint Party Friday           One of my favorite brushes….     Maple tree

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aquarelle painting trees by BLOGitse

aquarelle painting is so difficult!

  Heeelp! 🙂   Three sessions of aquarelle painting learning behind and I’m totally lost! I’ve tried and tried to learn when the paper is ready to paint – not too dry not too wet, how to leave ‘air’ or ‘space’,  layer by layer…autch! Here’s one work which is not actually ‘my style’ but this

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