You paint a donut on your palm. Leave a little unpainted area in the center. Stamp. Easy. I observed what shapes I made and that’s all. To have a right idea, you have to be willing to let go and CREATE. My favorite part is that the flowers come out different every time. The color scheme of the first three flowers is amazing. I will clean up the pink. Just a little There’s this together we can, Together we will vibe that I can’t pass up.
a second try
Try blending monotones as you paint on your palm. Layer using dry and wet paint. Paint half a donut and stamp in pieces. You’ll see that next week. Have a good weekend.
I like trees. I’ve dedicated a few of them to fall.
Change and uncomfartableness are part of growing. It’s somethng we must do. Of course change isn’t easy but that’s why I drew this tree. We must edure the change. I struggled with bear vs. bare. I intened to write bare but my mind and pastel insisted on bear. I suppose bareness helps us get rid of dead weight. The process can be cold and ugly but we must bear, for when the time is right, beauty will prevail.
Here’s a quick easy and fun way to paint a tree.
Play around with color.
This is playful and cheerful. The quote for this tree is change is good.
This color scheme is energetic. Looking at this give me a warm feeling.
The fun is feeling the intended message as you paint. I have an idea for a really cool Johnny Appleseed tree. I want to paint some more pumkins.
Today is the last day to get my Road Trip book for free. Hope you got it. Oh my, this weekend I have to paint some new ideas for my shop and keep researching animals for the book.