Always a zoo. Painting with Wendy is like Dr.Dolttle on steroids. You never know what varmit she will have accompanying her while she paints. She has 2 pet rats, Mishku & Cinnamon and her sisters dog, Brody intrigued by them.
I’ve tried watercolor again this time in a inexpensive watercolor sketch pad. I’ve throw so many expensive watercolor papers away. Trials are better this way until I learn. I’ve got a long way to go.
I started my own beach painting but it was not working out. I’m a fan of Tom Brownings art. I picked this Santa painting to copy and I added my own deer. He is not a reindeer, but it is a deer. I had fun doing this one. I even ordered his oil painting book “Timeless techniques for better oil paintings”! His paintings are beautiful. His book has good reviews. Hopefully I’ll learn something.
Walking along the bayou side I decided to check the Japan plum trees for fruit. I was very disappointed to only find 6 plums they are usually loaded with fruit. To my amazement I found blackberries! Loads of them but, unfortunately most were out of reach. I do have to look out for poison ivy, water moccasins and alligators. These varmits limit my abilities to reach the best fruits (forbidden fruit)! I also checked out the banana trees I planted on the bayou side because my husband refused to let me plant them in the yard. There is a bunch of bananas but they are not ripe yet. I can’t wait to pick those bananas! The banana tree was given to me from a lady from Thailand. She said they are very sweet. I will find out soon.
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Today at our art guild meeting we all did a “study”! Everyone painted this cat but all were unique in there own way.
I just love her tutorials!
This is my idea of learning to paint horses. Started with water soluble Lukas Berlin. I didn’t find these paints colors were intense enough, they were great for blocking in. Layered with Richelson oil paints and M Grahmn with a little walnut oil and spike oil. This made a big difference. I would love to find a less expensive oil paints to achieve a beautiful painting. What oil paint do you use? What do you recommend?
This an oil painting of the grandchildren on the beach. I love seeing them happy, playing and enjoying there youth. It brings back memories of vacations with my siblings, parent & children. Happy times of the past with memories I will cherish forever. Family is the most valuable possession we have & we should enjoy every moment we have with them.