Aug 30, 2017

Scribble Picnic: Curly



home sweet home
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waiting for my dentist appointment
I drew this lady with curly hair
and 
her colorful home
with curly smoke
and 
curly clouds
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later sitting in the lobby
looking a the floor
I spied this serpent in the grains of the wood
and 
thought it a rather curly serpent
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35 comments:

  1. Sweet home suits her house and she is so pretty with her curly hair
    and the serpent is so sweet I would not be afraid, her expression is so dear!
    Greetings Elke

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    1. Thank you for enjoying these pieces Elke.

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  2. Gorgeous..I am in love with your sweet serpent, such a magical glimmer in the eyes! And your green-haired beauty is so lovely..and her enchanted home in the backdrop...awesome! I always love visiting your magical world!

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    1. Thank you Victoria, it was fun to make a serpent. I always love when you visit.

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  3. Curls everywhere! You really used the theme. As a kid, I'd have longed for that turquoise hair.

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    1. Perhaps you will still try the turquoise hair.... some day.

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  4. Lots of lovely curly art you did today Tammie!

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  5. "Curly"! What an original theme. I'm now imagining that this lady is your dentist and her dental surgery is in the tower. But I wouldn't like to go to this dentist and find this curly, rather sinister, pink serpent on the floor.
    Your art always stirs my imagination

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    1. I enjoyed considering your ideas about these pieces. Art like a dream to be interpreted.
      Thank you Sheila.

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  6. I love the curly theme :) The first drawing is so pretty! Her home looks cozy :)

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    1. Maybe some day you will join us?

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    2. That's not a bad idea Tammie Lee...I'm going to read up on the links. It would be a good way to give me some structure with my art projects...I'm all over the map these days. I can't handle not being organized!!! Thanks for the suggestion!! :)

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    3. Next Wed: Tie it Up - Due 2017.09.06

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    4. Thanks! I've just been reading Michael's post on how to join! I'll be joining, I hope I can keep it up! :)

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    5. So happy to hear that Rain.

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  7. I do love a woman who waste no time sitting in a dr. office! Your time was well spent. Love the cute little girl with the curly hair.

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    1. Thank you Latane. I do like moments when I can pull out my sketch book and sketch.

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  8. Nice curls, I like the stone path leading to her home.

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    1. Thank you for enjoying the path Trina.

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  9. These are both really interesting and lovely. I have a big dentist appt. coming up - doubt I will be creating anything so amazing whilst waiting in the office - but I'll think of you and wish I could escape to the cute house on the hill with the curly smoke!

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    1. Hi Mary,
      Fun to think of you enjoying the wee house soon.

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  10. Your green hair girl reminds me of the young woman who works in the grocery deli. Her hair is any number of colors -- sort of exactly the color you used at St. Patrick's day, these days sporting a rather neon hot pink. Somehow it works for her!

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    1. I have never died my hair Jeanie. I do think it must be fun to try out lovely colors.

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  11. I would not be creative at all in a dentist office but it's nice that you are. curly serpent - didn't even think of that. you've good curly ideas here, I especially like the curly smokes.

    have a lovely day.

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    1. Staring at the floor, trying not to cry and there the serpent was. Sketching it helped me calm my emotions.

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  12. Tammie, I absolutely LOVE these--both of them. I adore your imagination. So glad you are part of our picnics with your unique images that are so magical and fairy tale like. Thank you!

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    1. Ahhh, thank you so much Michael. It is fun to join in. Thank you for hosting!

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  13. Also a time occupied by dentist-actions cannot kill your deep contact with the forest and their secret people and friends. They find you everywhere!
    Hope everything is okay now with your teeth!

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  14. Both are lovely, Tammie. Nice work on her hair and I like the expression on her face. Your little serpent is so cute!

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  15. I am always in awe when people use their downtime (like waiting in dr. or dentist's offices) to keep creating. This is a wonderful take on the curly theme.

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  16. Love this Tammie,
    Her house is so interesting and your curly serpent is splendid.
    Blessings
    Janis

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  17. You do curls well. Glad to hear that others kind creatures in the woodwork.

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  18. very creative finding the serpent in the wood :)

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  19. I love your curly painting - her hair is just like mine, except mine is not green! Great shading on her face. A lovely painting. And the nicest serpent I have ever seen!
    (Sorry about the deleted posts - I got in a muddle!!)

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  20. Tammie, this is wonderful. I LOVE her hair and I love the color you chose. She's fantastic!!!

    My apologies for visiting so late! :)

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