Jan 15, 2012

backs and bottoms....


spheres and shadows
bottoms and backs
lessons on bodies
gave life to this
but who are the characters that live on this sheet
and living with circular realms must be quite sweet!
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I was on Lori Vliegen's blog the other day. 
she has a wonderful post for how to do this sort of background.
I was so happy to find her wonderful blog!


and 

you can visit wonderful sketches around the world!

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and

if you enjoy Faeries, feel free to leave a comment for the give away on my last post.
i am changing the give away date to sooner: January 31st.


26 comments:

  1. This is such a cute piece, wonderfully done!

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  2. Wonderful creation ~ love the style and colors! ~ namaste, carol (Share the Creative Journey) Happy SS

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  3. I like the movement and flow of the woman and texture of the rabbit. The background adds sooo much. Thanks for the link to Lori's blog.

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  4. that IS a gorgeous background - I was getting ready to ask 'how you did it' (ha ha)

    I adore the women you draw. They are absolutely delightful.

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  5. So beautiful ..I love the ethereal vibe and energy here..gorgeous flowing colors...wonderful T!!
    Equisite beauty!

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  6. Beautiful!
    It seems that I cannot draw a body properly.... nedd some training. :)

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  7. beautiful, magical mystical, she's lovely

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  8. This is another favorite of mine.
    I did go look at the art,
    it is so inspiring.

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  9. Great background and love that butt swaying on that lady... great sketch... happy Sunday Sketches...xx

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  10. ...awesome! ~ whimsically gentle and oh sO very cute! ~ thankyoU for the share! ~ also thankyoU for elvie's link! ~ just super! ~ may your week's end be bountiful with bubbles of sunday sweetness!...

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  11. Another wonderful piece, Tammie. VERY nice. She looks so incredibly feminine. Happy SS! :)

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  12. This is fantastic Tammie! The figure, the composition, the whimsy up the side - superb!
    The more I see, the more I think I will do the I heart drawing :)

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  13. It is unique ... I bring back childhood memories ... how wonderful to have your art on a blog, sometimes I look at your old job ... looks like an art book ... and I like it because I talk to the artist .
    Thanks Tammie, this work is beautiful!
    Kisses!

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  14. Ah---this makes me smile--I love it
    :)
    (and thanks for the link!)

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  15. hi tammie! your background turned out beautifully.....and the way you finished it out with your sweet girl and bunny is gorgeous as well!! i'm glad you enjoyed the tutorial......thanks SO much for stopping by my blog! i'm sending you a big hug for the linky love, too!! xox

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  16. You are so clever with whatever you paint and draw! I like the colors and the *movement* :)

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  17. Beautiful--love the girl an the bunny.

    I love the background effect in the second pic too. I'll have to check out that how-to post.

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  18. Eeeek, I don't know if you know this, but I have a love for bunnies!! Especially their little fluffy tails! This piece is fabulous as is your blog...I've only seen your photography one till now... what a treat this is for me :D

    You are truly talented Tammie, with your camera, the paintbrush & with words...I am in awe! xoxo

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  19. I see it a pretty dress and fashion figure painting! love the green dress too

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  20. The body language in this piece is fantastic! beautiful :)

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  21. love this piece and the view from the back.....very clever!!!!

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  22. ADORABLE!
    oh how the bunny does inspire!
    xo

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  23. I love this piece a lot! she seems very happy and secure. I can't see her face but the the way you create the movement on her body made me think that. Great job!!

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  24. Pippa Middleton!!! do you know who she is? The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge who was bridesmaid at the wedding of Prince William and stole the show because of the slinky dress showing off here curves...

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  25. oh I am just loving loving loving this painting! Love the color mix in the background, the circles, and her butt!!!

    :)

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  26. You've caught movement here! I LOVE it! I can hear the music--I think she's walking to music--she's sashaying.

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