Friday, October 11, 2013

Last week's art and this week's WIP

 I took last week's art and added more Molding Paste and color.  Then started another work. . this time adding my infamous yellow cottage.

I am constantly trying new ways and retrying the old ways to see how each picture will turn out. I feel that I need to fill in the space in the middle.

These pictures are made using the following supplies: pastels, Faber Castell pitt pens, Prismacolor pencils, acrylics, and Golden Light Molding Paste.

Thanks to Eva and Kristin for the Paint Party Friday. The artists on these blogs are some of the best. They share what they have learned and continue to teach their ideas to us through video, detailed description in entertaining and refreshing ways of learning. There are new ideas and different art supplies and learning how to use them. Enjoy!
Blessings,
Janet

12 comments:

  1. Oh the cottage is adorable...wonderful WIP too.! Good for you picking up tips from all the other artist...we are so fortunate to have such a fabulous array of artists at ppf! Have a wonderful weekend!

    Hugs Giggles

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  2. I love that you are always trying new things, great! Valerie

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  3. love your sense of adventure Janet, the paintings are really coming along beautifully. Happy PPF, Annette x
    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. Yes that's a great idea, it adds texture, so fresh!

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  5. Love the addition of more molding paste on the first one, it really gives the water more depth and motion. Very nice!HPPF!

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  6. The texture adds a lot to your painting!

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  7. I really like the addition of the molding paste in your first picture Janet! Your cottage is looking lovely too. Happy PPF!

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  8. This is the third sail boat including mine I've seen I PPF art today! We should all go out on the open sea and have a race!
    Lovely art!!

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  9. Both works are very sweet! Happy PPF!

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  10. you've added nice texture to the first one! Pretty cottage too.

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  11. Yes , very nice these drawings !

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