Friday, November 30, 2012

Need to paint !!



I have been painting on paper using an ink dropper that my son bought for me, and accentuating with watercolors.

I enjoy the process so much, it involves no thinking on my part, just drawing whatever comes to mind or rather, wherever the dropper takes me. 

 

I created quite a few faces, teapots, and plants…

I liked it so much that I am thinking of continuing to draw as many of these faces as I can.

 

Sharing with Paint Party Friday, Art Every Day Month where I have been posting on several days. 

Thank you for the opportunity to join all the other super creative people on these sites!

 

Painting is something that I find time to do every day. Sometimes blogging about it doesn’t happen!

 

The more I paint, the more I realize I want to paint more and more!

Familiar? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy creative weekend to all of you! Also sharing my work with Show and Tell Saturday at 

Artists In Blogland

Art Journal Every Day 

 Sunday Sketches

Does anyone think that any of my paintings are good enough to be bought, if I put it up to be sold?

 

 

 

 

23 comments:

  1. That does sound familiar... :)

    Love this fun process you describe and show!

    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  2. Interesting technique, thank you for showing. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  3. Hi Za. Thank you for liking my quotes. I'm really enjoying your style of work. Your faces are very interesting. Nice job. Thanks.:)

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  4. These are wonderful paintings done with an eyedropper!! Happy PPF

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  5. A novel technique I especially like the tea pot one. Any painting is good enough to put up for sale, You cant predict what people will like. I have had paintings that I thought were rubbish sell and paintings that I thought were good not sell. So give it a go.

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  6. Very expressive and interesting portraits. Great technique!

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  7. lovely pieces and very creative with the ink dropper too!

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  8. Beautiful!! You could always try out a site like etsy for selling your work!

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  9. hello,
    each one is charming and fun. i love that your son gave you art supplies and you are playing with them. lovely weekend to you ~

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  10. I love the little teapot! It's always fun to play with new art supplies.

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  11. Love the different expressions on these faces :)

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  12. This is an interesting technique! I like the combination with the watercolours. About selling your work I'd say: GO for it! As Sharon said before: you can't predict what people will buy, and there will always be people who like your work enough to buy it. You just have to find them and for that you just have to try out different venues. I think these faces would look great as cards.

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  13. Great work, I like your technique using an ink dropper and your results are lovely, I would put them for sale, whats the worst that could happen?.... I like Denthes idea of making cards

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  14. These are wonderful, love your style! They look so natural and loose!

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  15. I love all the bright colors in your paintings and the on the the "teatime" is my fav :)

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  16. That's really creative art. The tree and the tea pot are just great.

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  17. That's really creative art.
    Wonderful piece of Work ..
    This reminds my childhood days
    when I used to paint like this.
    Anyways, take a look at my collection ..
    http://ashbeezone.wordpress.com/2012/12/02/the-metallica-graffiti-art/

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  18. Go for it! Absolutely sell them they're lovely. Would be great as prints and cards...you name it. Good luck to you, believe in yourself you have wonderful style.

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  19. These are so free and fun. I love the looseness of them and all the beautiful color.

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  20. I really like these! What a great way to have fun with paint!

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  21. Thats always the fun way to entertain and get some arty stuff done! Nice work :)

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  22. Yes! Love it.... very free lines ♥

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  23. Your pictures are so cute and vivid and colorful - beautiful work!

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