I started by dabbing in a cloudy sky, then channeling my inner "Bob Ross" painted in some "happy little Mountains" with a large aquabrush. So far this looks like what I see in my head. Then with a 2" natural bristle brush (cause I didn't want this to take forever LOL) I applied more water followed by several shades of blue brushed randomly across the bottom two-thirds. While this was drying, I die cut my duck, reed & islands from more WC paper then painted them with dabs of color left on my palette from a previous project and arranged on my card front. Finished with some ripples near the seashore with a white gel pen and my duck's eye with a black sharpie. This was one of those cards that came together easily and it's nice to have a day like that !
Date: Tuesday, September 8, 2020 GMT Views: 462
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Wed, Sep 09, 2020 @ 5:04 AM
Wow!!!!! First I see those majestic mountains and then my eyes go down and see one peaceful scene. It really looks like a painting. Love all the details...the shading and the white on the water. So well done. Happy you had fun.
Registered: July 9, 2008 Location: Stars Fell on Alabama Posts: 68494
Wed, Sep 09, 2020 @ 5:58 AM
Oh my, what a great scene you've painted. Bob Ross has nothing on you. I love this and glad it was simple for you today. You used some very pretty die cuts, also.
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