Looking up at a giant Bald Cypress tree on the banks of the Blanco River. Wimberley, Texas
latest updates: winter
I received a lovely holiday card with these snowflakes flurrying across the envelope. I liked them so much I pasted them in my molie and then drew in the rest of the snow flurry to keep them company.
A big pile of presents waiting to be distributed to various family members and friends. Done in mechanical pencil in a pocket molie.
Gathering Winter Fuel – Watercolour in a Watercolour Moleskine
Originally submitted on 25/11/08 it seems to be missing from my list. Can I re-submit this please and if the 13 folk who voted for it last time want to reconsider I won’t be offended. Hope everyone has had a Happy Christmas.
I was just playing around with contrasting light and dark shapes and ended up with this. Done in Pilot G-2 black ink.
5″ x 8″ Watercolor
This was inspired by an artist named Poppy. Of course this one is very different I use my artistic license to improvise different scenery.
abandoned summer. Too cold for swimming. http://susanrudat.blogspot.com/
The scene at the end of our street today. Reminds me of another poem
Winters came, the snow has fell
Wee Josie’s nosis froze as well.
We Josie’s frozen nosis skintit.
Winters diabolic, intit!
This was done with ink and watercolour on a watercolour Moleskine. The “border” was created by my attempts to hold the page flat with low tack, masking tape in an effort to stop the page cockling when wet. It seems to have worked but was a bit of a hassle. Does any one else have this problem?