Friday, 2 May 2008

Rainbow Lorikeet - Work In Progress - Stage Two

This one is progressing slowly as I haven't had much time in the studio this past week. There have been a lot of distractions in my personal life plus I think I'm coming down with a rotten cold. It's that time of year, I guess.

8 comments:

  1. Hi Serena!!
    I hope your cold goes away.

    CUUUTE birds! You know, my puter got stuck on an old page of your blog for some reason, so I thought there were no new posts! LOL

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  2. i love seeing how your work progresses, serena. thanks for showing it as you go!

    and i hope you're feeling better soon!

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  3. I really hope you don't catch the cold or flu. It's going around and it's nasty! Your lorikeet is gorgeous so far. I'll check in later to see the finished piece. Take care, ok?

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  4. I love illustrating birds and I am looking forward to seeing how this turns out.

    feel better. Is your weather starting to get colder now?

    Take care
    Becky
    www.illustratingforchildren.blogspot.com

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  5. How rude of the cold bugs to come visit and obstruct the progress of your art! I hope they go away soon, and your health will be fully restored!

    The painting is looking great so far. Can't wait to see more work-in-progress post about it :)

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  6. Hope you're feeling better. This bird looks great, so far. I'm looking forward to seeing the completed painting!

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  7. Hi Serena, Love the current project and thank you for sharing the story behind it. It's going to be a wonderful gift for Deidre and something that will not be forgotten, ever. Good news on the cake to..;o) Hope you aren't down with that rotten cold, they are so miserable.. Ro

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  8. Jessica, your computer must have liked that particular page for some reason. :)

    Thank you, Leah and thanks for visiting my blog. :)

    Thanks, Joan, Luci and Anne. :)

    Thanks, Ro ~ :)

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