Thursday, 3 September 2009

work in progress & coloured pencil lesson

perpetual chocoholic has put up the first lesson for the coloured pencil project on her blog.

as i'm very much a novice when it comes to coloured pencil art, i'm looking forward to giving it a go......here is my line drawing attempt for lesson one.

click here for the list of requirements and instruction if you are interested in trying it yourself.

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i also managed to do the rough blocking-in of the frangipanis on the canvas for my room today. still more to do with the background but having the basic flowers in place gives me a better idea of balance. i still need to make a start on the baby canvas for my niece....maybe tomorrow.


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call me crazy but i have signed up for yet another blog book club! we will be reading and working our way through the joy diet by martha beck starting friday, september 18th. i'm all for living a more joyful life and i do enjoy working through books within an online blogger group so taking the bait was easy. the joy diet overlaps the artist's way but i'll give it my best shot. click here if you're interested in more information.

love, light and peace

16 comments:

  1. I mentioned to my friend that you were doing the artists way again, and so we have decided after book 3, to not despair about a book 4 but simply go back and do 1 again, because we have changed so much, so its ok to do it again. you have inspired us! thank you, have a lovely creative and soulful week...

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  2. The tutorial looks wonderful. I shall be waiting to see what you come up with.
    Your progress on the canvas is looking great.

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  3. good luck with the coloured pencil :) looks like it should be helpful

    those flowers look lovely so far :)

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  4. Hi Serena,
    Well done on the apple drawing and your frangipani's. This painting is coming along nicely.

    Gosh, you are a busy lady and a great student for Julia.

    I can imagine if you could live the five imaginary lives you would do all of those things.
    I feel I know you so well with you inner thoughts and creative writing.

    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Anna

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  5. Canvas is getting better and better!

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  6. Hi there, I really love that background on your latest canvas it's so great to see a work in progress. I'm also looking forward to seeing how your pencil work turns out!!

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  7. Your canvas painting is coming along beautifully. And now you are going to try colored pencil! I went and looked at the class. Looks like fun! I'll have to think about that. :) And The Joy Diet? I haven't heard of that one. Also sounds interesting. You are really getting a lot done down there--hehe! It all sounds like fun, too! :):)

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  8. You are busiest girl I know! So many projects going at once- you're amazing ;)

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  9. Your canvas painting is coming along very nicely. I also like the sketch of the apple and can't wait to see Both of them finished. :)

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  10. I love the way you paint flowers. The petals have like an aura about them. So alive.

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  11. Ohhh I'm going to check the CP thing out! Love your painting too.

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  12. I have to go buy apples tomorrow so I can get started on that class! The only colored pencil work I've done is on cloth doll faces and this looks like fun.
    Love your frangipanis, too!

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  13. Your blog always inspires me. :)

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  14. love your new canvas it is beautiful already and I will go look again at the color pencil class, I am not good at drawing anything though (;

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  15. Thanks for posting the lesson! Your line drawing looks wonderful! I'm going to get to the second part this week. Have had a sick family member to attend to.

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  16. suitable for beginners like me. teach more about coloring with colored pencils

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