Cornered ~ The tools for this step - paper plate, sea sponge and acrylic paints.
Cornered ~ From the left side.
Cornered ~ From the right side.
Step Two of Star Fish involved, painters' tape, a sponge brush, a 2" painters' brush, acrylic paints and glitter glue paint.
Star Fish ~ from 5 feet away.
Star Fish ~ close up.
I need to bring my camera up. Phone cameras are convenient but the pictures aren't very hot.
nice..i am digging the splatter painting on the cornerReplyDelete
A little confused, but I'm following along!ReplyDelete
Lovely, I am glad to see that you still actively blog.ReplyDelete
pOLLACK GONE BARMY AND THEN SOME.ReplyDelete
I used to be so crafty. Sigh. These days I content myself with pharting around with photoshop.ReplyDelete
The intensity of focus needed for actual painting is one of the things I lost when I started taking Lithium, along with the ability to sit and read for long periods of time. Still, there really is no alternative. Paranoia and punching holes in walls is not a good thing.
Everything you do and touch is Magic Vanessa Kilmer!!!ReplyDelete
i would add photos of recipes and crafts to my blog if my cell phone camera could take a decent pic! two phones ago, i had one that was as good as a digital camera. oh, well!ReplyDelete
looks like a fun project!
Cornered is a great title for the painting. It's intriguing.ReplyDelete