My desk on a Wednesday night looks dark and dingy. The Attacus Atlas moth is sitting on my easel as I try to decide whether to paint the moth or do February's tutorial (a coconut) with Anna Mason. The only similarity between the two subjects is the colour. I just cannot get inspired by a coconut so I might paint the moth. All too hard so I am going to leave the moth on the desk until I make a decision.
Last weeks wreath with a few additions just before it gets popped in the mail.
Have a lovely woyww peek and I promise to visit slowly over the next few days.
Not often that I post a pic of my latest card making marathon. In this case whipping up a few bird cards from last weeks Kingfisher.
Painting something a little different this week. My daughter has requested a floral wreath for a colleague. Luckily I remembered to cover her name before I took a photo otherwise the surprise would be a bit flat. Looking to add a few more flowers or leaves before I hand it over and will probably remove the pencil sketch of the bottle behind the bow. But, I will wait for her highness to give me more instructions.
Have a lovely woyww peek and I will visit lots of desks over the weekend.
Working on a sunflower. Once I finish the centre I will then balance out all the colours on the petals and leaves. The petals took ages and I plan to finish it this afternoon. Otherwise the painting just goes on and on. The kingfisher is on hold and hopefully will see some paint this weekend.
This month's tutorial from Anna Mason's online workshop is a beautiful kingfisher and I could hardly wait to get started. But, I got side tracked and tidied up the pantry/store room and two days later the bird is still waiting. I do have a very tidy store room which makes me feel I have started 2018 by recycling/throwing out the previous years stuff.
The finished fungi composition.
Just wondering if any woyww's have sold craft/art on Etsy and would love to know your thoughts or recommendations for the site.
Happy woyww and I promise to slowly visit over the next few days.