Friday, June 27, 2014

ICADS 15 - 21

Isn't life strange sometimes? I don't feel that I am doing anything different from last summer yet I struggle to find them time to keep up with this blog this year. Last year was easy, blog posts all the time...where does the time go?

I really love linking up with Paint Party Friday but I try to wait until I have actually painted! Since two of my index cards from this group were actually painted with acrylics and a brush, I'm happy to share.

 

#17 Acrylic, pencil, Micron on paper, my version of a Gustav Klimt piece


The face...she needs a little tweaking...but overall I am pleased and this was a fun exercise


Another Klimt inspired card for #19. Layers of Sharpie and colored pencil
#16 acrylic on paper


#20 Micron and Sharpies


#21 Micron and Sharpies


#15 Micron


#16 Pencil hedgehog doodles





Paint Party Friday



 

 

11 comments:

  1. Wow, what a lot of glorious work, I especially love the Klimt ones! Valerie

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  2. Love all the bright and happy colors.

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  3. Lovely bright colors and cool details!

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  4. fantastic variety of projects! Happy PPF!

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  5. At some point I thought I should only join with paintings too, but I am mostly a pen and ink person these days, and people don't seem to mind too much. :D (Though I didn't manage anything this week! Maybe I'll do a late entry.)

    So many interesting styles! I really love that colorful ink with the circles!

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  6. very nice ICADs….i especially like the micron pen doodles!!

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  7. This is a very nice post. I love all of the art you have created for this week. well done.
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  8. Love all the strong colours in the first 2 pieces. And the ones with micron and sharpies are fantastic. So joyful and happy ...

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  9. I think we all struggle with the blog thing! Sometimes we keep up... sometimes less. You're doing fine! :D Eeeek, ADORABLE hedgehogs! The red flower is really lovely and that's a lot of great ink art too!

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