Posts Tagged ‘japanese watercolors’
Tuesday, May 31st, 2016
This past Wednesday was a bit of a madhouse, and this next one might be worse. My roommate of 9 years is moving out, and someone new is moving in! I’m very grateful to have found someone so fast (as is my old roomie, who got to squeak out with less than a month’s notice), but it’s going to be a lot of changes. The first of which is a small raise in my rent, sigh!
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In lieu of doing my own word art live on Periscope, I did this little quote from Inception while watching someone else’s Periscope. Perisception, or something.
This is sort of a study for a larger piece of art. It’s interesting trying to google people knitting, because in half the photos you can tell it’s just a model holding the needles attractively instead of actually knitting.
Gollum is saying, “Precious is back from the tasty orange munchie mans… And some new hair!” I have basically no excuse for this one, but it’s definitely Jeff’s fault.
So let’s conclude with a lovely little cup of wildflowers, a bright breath of spring after the foreverness of winter this year.
Have a lovely short holiday week, for those of you who got Monday off!
Categories: Completed Commissions, Flowers, Trees and Landscapes, People, Figures and Faces, Pretty Words, Series and Books, Things I'm a Fan Of
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Friday, October 26th, 2012
More spirals! This time we have whimsical vines and lovely little flowers with their evil, evil pollen dotting the black page. This paper is thick and soft, and the black is actually not a dye but a chemical reaction they set off during the papermaking process, so it’s also quite lightfast and won’t rub off on your books.
Spiral Vines Bookmark, 5″x1″ Japanese watercolor on paper, nfs (sold).
Above you can see the swirling vines and happy little flowers up close and personal. Below, the bookmark sits happily on a book, waiting to serve its purpose.