Journeying into the world of creativity. Feel free to join in, and let's learn together!
Beautiful, Alice! After Twinks and Tombows at Tangle Island, I feel brave enough to give this a try. It will be fun to see what the Rhonda take is on this. Thanks for sharing!
i checked out Tangle Island - looks awesome! glad you got to attend!
Amazing, piece, Alice! Next month I'll take my colors on a plane as well. :)
have fun on your trip, simo!
That is just beautiful! What a great way to spend your time.
thanks, i draw all the time. i love it
Lovely! It's neat how you made the splotches of color your strings- thanks for sharing-!
thank you for stopping by. i never know if people are going to like what i show or not. i guess it's that 'unsure' part of us that each of us has. haha! i'm glad you may have found a new way to use a string here :)
I'm surprised you didn't have an audience watching you at the airport! An absolutely wonderful example of what you can do when you have to wait for things - the watercolour strings provide such a vibrantly delineated area for the patterns & I particularly like the way your Diva Dances have resulted in 'flowers-like roses' of different colours.
i did have a bit of an audience at one point, haha!
Alice - I am enthralled by what you did and would love to experiment with this. What do I need? I have Tombow watercolor brushes and watercolor paper but am not sure what you used. I checked on Amazon and they have a set of 48 watercolor pencils with some bright and beautiful colors. Do you start with dry paper, use the watercolor pencils and then use a wet brush? I would love to take a class on this but there is nowhere in my area I can find one. If I'm asking too many questions, just let me know.
http://www.thecreatorsleaf.com/2014/06/peerless-watercolors.htmlhere is a tutorial and all the product into :)
I've been waiting to hear from you :).