Monday, July 30, 2012

Caps

Mushroom Caps
Gills
Mushroom blur
Fun with fungi this morning :-)
Work in progress. Watercolor & acrylic ink on paper.

16 Lovely Comments:

Blogger syllatham said...

I love this!!!! I may have to try this :) I have never used acrylic ink, any tips??

I love mushrooms!!

7/30/2012 12:56 PM  
Blogger Memento Vivere said...

So beautiful!
Thanks for the inspiration. :-)

7/30/2012 1:11 PM  
Blogger Lynn said...

Do you use a ruler to make your straight lines?

7/30/2012 1:33 PM  
Blogger Dianne said...

Love this!

7/30/2012 1:35 PM  
Blogger SHARM said...

can you show how to do this...

7/30/2012 5:08 PM  
Blogger Tammie Lee said...

i love mushrooms
how fun that you made all these caps!

7/30/2012 7:59 PM  
Blogger Christine Witt (Brush Dance) said...

I always admire your color combinations - you get it just right.

7/30/2012 10:09 PM  
Blogger Sonia / Cozy Memories said...

I love it that you were into fungi too ! :)
The details you make are crazy (good) !
xoxo

7/31/2012 12:16 AM  
Blogger Jess said...

They're lovely! I wish my hand could be that steady when I draw! :)
Jess x

7/31/2012 6:14 AM  
Blogger Maria said...

I love how you look at something as simple as a mushroom cap and see its artistic possibilities.

7/31/2012 6:50 AM  
Blogger Kathleen Maunder said...

I love how the washes are becoming part of the detail of the mushrooms. You have lots of patience with those lines.

7/31/2012 7:04 AM  
Anonymous paola (italy) said...

so beautiful !

7/31/2012 7:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It will be beautiful.
Have you complete the matrioshkas?
Good day.
Francine from Montréal

7/31/2012 7:38 AM  
Blogger Flogistix said...

wow . .. really fantastic art. . .thanks a lot for showing it to me...keep it up . . .really much appreciated...
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7/31/2012 9:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Almost looks like the the shavings that come off when you sharpen a pencil :o) it is beautiful!

7/31/2012 4:06 PM  
Blogger robert keit said...

Embroidery on the back of caps is usually placed on an arc and sewn in a flat frame. Although some embroiderers sew cap backs on a standard cap frame, it doesn't hold the cap as firmly as a flat frame.
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8/30/2012 10:29 PM  

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