Saturday, April 26, 2014

It's a Fanta-Sea World

Wow! It's really hard to blogpost from the iPad. This type looks huge. If it seems like I'm screaming at you - - - sorry. I don't mean to. 

I finally finished the underwater drawing we started in Melbourne, in Meredith Yuhas' class. Twinkling H2Os, some sea salt, microns, graphite, white charcoal, and a gelly roll pen. That's all it took to make this beautiful, underwater fantasy world. So much fun! 
The Creator's Leaf

5 comments:

  1. The type looks fine on the post. It looks like you have little pools of sunlight dancing in that underwater world. The little Indyrella shoals of fish are delightful & I like the way you've used different tangles to create a variety of shell shapes.
    Paula (PEP)

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    1. Thanks, Paula, this was fun to make! Color comes from twinkling H2Os, with a little sea salt mixed in. Really fun and I love those little indyrella guys - such a versatile tangle.

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  2. This is a lovely underwater piece, better than mine! I have trouble leaving spaces blank, which really helps with this idea.

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    1. thanks, margaret, i still struggle with that, too. so i'm glad it is noticeable in this piece :)

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