Monthly Archives: November 2008

Under my vine trellis

Everyone needs a place where you can sit in the shade of green leaves. Even the doves love this trellis.

The new babies ready to leave the nest.

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The table waiting for teatime.

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 Done with Rotring pen and watercolours.

The first new leaves in spring.

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Done with Rotring pen.

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Amaryllis

A friend invited me for tea on Friday. She had a beautiful Amaryllis growing in a pot. I still wanted to take a photo, but she said: “No, I am going to give it to you!” And just like that she cut them off and I left with these beautiful, large flowers in my car. So I made sketches.

The first one I did with Rotring pen.

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The next one was done with WaterColour pencils (but without water..)

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Then I tried to do a quick sketch and not to put in too much detail.

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Butterflies and Hands

This “scribble” I did in an art class probably four years ago. It was a line exercise in light and dark contrast, done in pencil. And later I used the same idea on a hand. That is how the “butterfly hands” was created, also in pencil.

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Lines and lines that form caterpillars and flowers…

set them free..

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rotring pen on paper

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