Oct 17, 2017

Scribble Picnic


Michael at Scribble Picnic gave us a shape to use in art this week:


at first I thought to use it in a tribal design

when I set pencil to paper
these little houses came to life

art is endlessly amusing to me that way
as though it has a mind of it's own

Thank you for hosting Michael

to see what others created wth this shape

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31 comments:

  1. Such an adorable little scene :-)

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    1. Thank you Sarah. It was so simple and fast that I wasn't sure about sharing it.

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  2. great designed by you to shape the shape so that a village is painted so sweet!!!
    Happy Day
    Elke

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    1. Thank you Elke, it was fun to do.

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  3. Sweet village. And a square sun - how interesting!

    I'm often quite surprised by what ends up on my paper.

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  4. Love what you have done with this adorable village Tammie, a fairy village no doubt!

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    1. Fun to think of it as a fairy village.

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  5. These are adorable, Tammie!

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    1. Thank you Serena. It was fun to create a fast playful piece.

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  6. nice colourful little town :D

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  7. the colors are lovely and perfect for a little, sweet village. great take on the theme.

    have a lovely day.

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    1. The colors were fun to play with. Thank you Lissa.

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  8. What a nice little village, I'm sure the residents are all wonderful! :)

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    1. Fun to consider the residents Rain.

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  9. Such a sweet little village. Great way to use the theme!

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  10. I bet it really was "fun to do" and it is such an adorable illustration. First thing which came to mind was the ancient French city of Carcassonne with the turrets (my brother lives near there and I love visiting), then I saw your very different but amazing sun. It's all lovely, and the colors you chose so perfect.
    Well done!

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    1. Thank you for your kind message Mary. I just looked at photos of Carcassonne because of you. Fun architecture for sure.
      It was a fun piece to do.

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  11. What a delightful little community and I love the little round house that gives it some umph ... all it needs is a little bunny hopping across the yards. You can borrow my Scribble Picnic bunny if you like :)

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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    1. cute, a bunny. yes, some critters and people would be sweet to add.

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  12. What a precious village. I would love to visit and meet some of the "Little People" who dwell there. I know many lovely stories could be told about each of those little castle homes.

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    1. Thank you Wanda. I would like to meet them and listen to their stories too.

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  13. A little village. How cute.

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  14. Of course! Houses are perfect!

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    1. So many choices for that shape Jeanie.

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  15. Ah yes, the pens did it - I know how that works.
    Isn't that a great way to interpret the shape; your houses are so sweet.

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    1. Thank you Sheila. When I posted this I thought of you and your art.... somehow it reminded me of you.

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  16. What a fab interpretation, Tammie. So clever and whimsical too. I totally know what you mean here as well. Well done! Such a delight to see this. Clever, clever. Thank you so much!

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  17. What a great idea, using a shape as inspiration for a painting. Your little houses are lovely.

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