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Artober 17: I’m framing this one!

Sooooo turns out I shouldn’t have been so skeptical. This watercolor turned out beautifully. My only issue is what to me looks like too much busyness near the bottom left. Even with that, though, I think it’s good enough to…

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Artober 14: Snowy sunrise and Arches!

It’s winter somewhere, right? It definitely isn’t in Louisiana, but it looks like we’ll get Fall tomorrow. That’s something. This one’s from an Angela Fehr tutorial on YouTube. I’m really interested in learning to paint snow because I have a…

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Artober 13: Finished sans fail!

Yay! It’s done! And it’s reasonable. I can’t hold a candle to the magnificent sky in the demonstration, but I’ll call mine Not Too Shabby – especially with those tiny power lines. In Puppy News, we had an adventure yesterday. Lucy…

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Artober 12: Meh Realism Meh (in progress)

I’m trying to replicate this AMAAAAZING watercolor sky demonstration and failing. I’m not calling it a complete fail (there’s time!), but there’s no way I’m going to get the result I want. That’s mainly because the guy painting in the…

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Artober 11: So many colors!

I’ve found my new favorite! This is definitely the most colorful and the least realistic watercolor I’ve done, and it’s also the first I’d frame (in fact, I think I might!). It reminds me of 1960s and ’70s illustrations. All…

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Artober 10: Ooh! Aah!

I better not mess this one up. I painted as much as I could without a thorough drying session, and I’ll plan on finishing tomorrow. I love the bright colors! The heavy line is a tree shadow, so hopefully it’ll…

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Artober 9: Palmer likes it?

…And I’m entirely unimpressed. The trees are too dense. This is from another YouTube tutorial, which called for what looked like a flat bristle brush (used for acrylics), which I used. The result doesn’t look much like the tutorial. Meh….

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