Pumpking Painting

Ar first I was afraid. I was petrified, thinking I would never get it right but then I kept painting and…

Love the process. There are no mistakes. These thoughts kept repeating in my mind. Oh and I was thinking of an interesting way to start this post, The song I will survive popped in my head.

Here’s what I did from left to right:

  • watercolor over white pencil and shade with watercolor pencil
  • a few layers of watercolor and then shade with pencil
  • watercolor on wet paper then when dry shade with watercolor pencil
  • salt over watercolor and shade with pencil.

I still need to add a quote and a few finishing touches. I plan on a quote that’ s about…all these images of pumpkins in various sizes and they all have a unique shape and stem. Isn’t nature telling us how beautiful we all are?

Here’s more ways to decorate pumpkins. Talk about creative exploration. I was testing out my new paint palette and inspired by a think.make.share. post

Lunch time draw. I should have taken a picture of the ones my friend made. Here’s mine. The best ideas happen when you let them. I think spot one makes me smile. Good.

Here I had 20 minutes of luch time and markers. This is so much fun. I think it was more like 5 minutes. It would be cute to draw or paint these on tags or paper bags for Halloween treat bags.

I remeber a few years ago, I painted designs on pumpkins with acrylic paint. I should have taken a picture.

Here’s a pumpkin I decorated from stuff around the house.

Tomorrow it’s back to book project. and Friday there’ll be more fall inspired ideas. I got this new project and it involves Rudolph. It’s been busy and I love it. Ok good night.

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Mireya

A visionary artist who paints blooms of optimism. She paints using watercolor, acrylic and fun tools like paper rolls. She's a tea drinker who's curious about everything in nature. Every day she creates and creativelyhue.com is her place where she learns to trust her ideas, create from her authenticity and documents her process because we are all artists.