Tuesday, January 10, 2017

woyww - a cupcake and other things

Painting a delicious cupcake and I decided to leave out the bits of blueberry in the icing.


January's tutorial is a succulent and I can't wait to get started.


Repainted the cover of my faces sketchbook.  Much happier with this version.


Finally a pic of the two kookaburra's we were feeding while on holidays.
Back to work next week. 

21 comments:

  1. Your artwork is stunning as always....I enjoy seeing what you've been painting each week. How lovely to have such stunning birds so close.
    Hope you have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #16

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  2. That cupcake is truly good enough to eat!! And the looks really good too!
    We often have a kookaburra or two in the backyard, usually on the clothesline. They're my favourite bird.

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  3. Hi Sandra, wow, those look good. Awesome face too. Saw a Kookaburra at a local-ish Bird Sanctuary, my, they are noisy! Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #7 xxx

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  4. Hi Sandra. Your painting is really good. You have been practicing so hard, and just see those results. That face is great - and as for the cupcake.... yum!
    Imagine having kookaburras in the garden! Almost all I get is seagulls and jackdaws! They are taking over round here courtesy of folk feeding them. Grrr!
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #3

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  5. Fab paintings and pix, do you receive regular visits from those Kookaburra's?

    Happy WOYWW

    Kathyk
    #15

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  6. It's hard to tell which one is the photo and which one is the painting! Those cupcakes make me so hungry even though I've just polished off a cheese roll! The face is really really good - I like the hair best! I've heard of Kookaburras but never knew what they looked like. They're so cute! Look a lot like Kingfishers! Thanks for visiting earlier! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #20

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  7. Great WOYWW TFS. Happy New Year xx Jan

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  8. Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree. . .one of the favorite songs when I was teaching Montessori! Your art is looking awesome, I just want to eat that cupcake right off the canvas! Thanks for sharing, Lindart #39

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  9. That cupcake looks good enough to eat, Sandra and I love your new journal cover, the colours are lovely. I was thinking of the same song as Lindart, small world, when I saw your Kookaburras. It's blowing a gale here today and snow is forecast. How I long for your sunshine.
    Have a good week. No desk from me today, catching up with jobs.
    Hugs Lisa xx

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  10. That cupcake looks good enough to eat and I love the birds.
    Happy WOYWW!
    Tertis #10

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  11. yum to the cupcake!! Have a great week. Helen #2

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  12. Such a beautiful painting! The cupcake looks good enough to eat.

    Sharon K #38

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  13. I agree.. WOW.. I thought your drawing was a photo until I realised that it wasn't finished!!

    Love the journal cover too.. she's so pretty :)

    Have a great week,
    Erika (#33 not9 lol)

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  14. Oh My!! your cupcake painting is wonderful, an inspiration :o) I love the face as well, she looks so thoughtful ... Annie C #21

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  15. Gorgeous art work Sandra and loving the photo too. Happy belated woyww, Angela x 14

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  16. That cupcake looks scrumptious! Sez x #51

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  17. Lovely to see your work again Sandra De... it's been too long ( all my fault) I think you are right to leave out the bits..Donna xxx#45

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  18. "Kookaburra sits in an old gum tree, Merry merry King of the bush is he ..." gosh Sandra, you took me back to my Girl Guide days there. Would be wrapped to see a kookaburra in real life.
    Your painting (and face) look great I could eat that blueberry cupcake right now.
    Hugs, Neet xx

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  19. Hi Sandra De, Oh those cupcakes look nice enough to eat:)

    Love your cover.

    Looks like the Kookaburra's liked whatever you were feeding them.


    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #17

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  20. I've never seen a Kookaburra (or even heard of it...) what a lovely birds! The paintings (both the cupcake as well as the face) are awesome! It's almost another Wednesday and I am awfully late with my visit... thanks for yours last week! Love from icy Holland!

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