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Friday, March 21, 2014

Gardens and Parks by Fran

CATS IN THE CORNFLOWERS


An imaginary garden.  I don't have corn flowers and I don't have black and white cats.
But the two make a nice combination
I used some stencils and dropped colored ink on the paper.  
Of course the ink bled under the stencil destroying my mental image of nice sharp white cats. 
So I colored the cats with watercolor pencil and prismacolor pencils.
It makes some nice patterns I think.

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23 comments:

  1. Fran, sometimes when things don't go quite like we hoped, we get a great result anyway...like here! I like this!!!

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    1. Thank you. I agree, some of the best things come out of messes.

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  2. It looks great and I do love the bleeding on it. Awesome!

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  3. Beautiful. I love those happy accidents.

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    1. Thanks, yes it is good when something nice comes out of a mess.

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  4. I love the splashes of color contrasting with the black and white cats. Superb! Happy PPF

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  5. How fun. Love this. Mistakes make great art. :)

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  6. I love your kitties and the added paints. Wonderfully fun picture!

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  7. This is a really gorgeos painting. The cats are qute and corn flowers have great colors. I like this.

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  8. What are you drawing for beautiful watercolor paintings! Fantastic!

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  9. The splashes of blue paint look just like cornflowers, and it all makes a vivid background for your imaginary cat painting. Lovely.

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  10. I like this a lot...perfect balance of planned and unexpected.

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  11. This is great!! love all the colors and the kitty cats!!

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