Aug 12, 2012

Shared Glance


they looked at one another
a simply joy
and curiosity
shared
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sharing with Sunday Sketches
drawn with inktense pencils
then a wet brush to move the color about
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31 comments:

  1. She's beautiful! Enjoy your Sunday!

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  2. That background is amazing, I love the texture you have created. Of course pink is loved by all women, so feminine.

    The medium is wonderful how you can blend the pencil into a water colour effect.

    Inktense pencils, I wrote that one down in case I ever find time to draw again.

    She is simply delightful.

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  3. you're giving me a better understanding of how versatile colored pencils are.

    I love how she is poised and confident!

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  4. Really pretty! I love the colors and the textured background. Well done.

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  5. i love watercolor pencils. i think if one enjoys sketching, then to do it with a watercolor pencil and then taking water to it, well it is so much fun!

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  6. Wonderful. I like how the girl and the rabbit really suit each other. Have a great Sunday.

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  7. I really like her dress and attitude. :) BUT that rabbit is the bomb! My sis would love love it. I will have to have her come take a look. Thanks so much for sharing. Hugs!

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  8. Gorgeous..such a beautiful softness/texture to this piece..it makes me think of the dust from a moth's or butterfly wing..gorgeous!!

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  9. She and her friend are beautiful ~ well done ! ( A Creative Harbor)

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  10. So interesting the look you get with these pencils and some water. It has a look of being done on papyrus or slate. Nice--especially the albino bunny.

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  11. Hey Tammie, I would take along, on my trip: Watercolor pencils, glitter pen, regular pencil, sharpener, eraser, micron pens 005 01 & 03, one of those brushes that holds it's own water and 90lbs. + watercolor paper book. Let me know what you decide. I'm so curious!!

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  12. She has such attitude!!!

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  13. Although she is fashionable and cute, I do love the background texture! (As someone else has previously said, I think.)

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  14. she's so graceful looking! I love inktense pencils..nice job with them here!

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  15. aw, so sweet!
    when i looked at the illustration then read the words, just makes me smile~!:)

    have a beautiful day Tammie!

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  16. LOV LOVE the words...you captured a feeling there...and her stance is fabulous!

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  17. PS- forgot to mention about the bears, yes, i bet you see a lot of them ! I remember when I was in wyoming one summer, keeping bells with us at all times to keep them away...not sure i want to get too close to one! :)
    xo

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  18. love her sassy stance! very nice.

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  19. Oh! she looks so confident and stylish!

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  20. Cute! Love the translucent pink and the background texture!

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  21. so soft and lovely - I almost see faces in the background too.?.
    cheers, dana

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  22. beautiful as always...I keep hearing about inktense pencils...I may just have to buy some.
    http://karenannruane.typepad.com/karen_ruane/

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  23. So fun to see all the bodies you've drawn, I find that difficult.. I like the eay you're drawing.. the piece of art is just as taken out of the great fairy tales! and the backgroun is stunning also, like I can get the touch of trees behind there.. :)

    I have a little break in my drawing and painting blog..

    Have a great day! :)

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  24. I like the way you're drawing

    I meant to say :)

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  25. Shared joy .. I like it!
    A joy of purple, mauve, soft pink ... ...
    How beautiful is life with your art!
    Tammie, kisses!

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  26. She's very lovely. Love the pink dress and bunny. :)

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  27. Wonderful! I had to look to see if her name was Bunny.

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  28. when I meet her [& I'm sure I will], I will call her "Sassy Sassafras" ;-)

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