I realized I hadn’t yet shared these fabulous doodlewashes from the Doodlewash Crew’s lovely Aesha (@missaesha), which she texted me a few weeks ago. I think I may have shared them in my imagination or something, but since I’m sure you all don’t visit there frequently, let’s try it this way shall we?
She describes these as her “Potpourri Period” and says, “who knows what will happen next, but I’m having fun!” We had planned a Doodlewash Picnic over Labor Day weekend, but the plans fell through so it’s been awhile since we’ve had a chance to doodlewash together.
I love the journey that these take us on, so I really wanted to share them with you! Aesha was one of our first converts to the world of doodlewashing and it’s fun to watch her work progress (though she doesn’t doodlewash daily, like I do, which in my mind makes her work even more impressive for someone just starting out! You can see one of her first doodlewashes here.) I’m trying to get her to doodlewash more with me, so please feel free to applaud, harass, and demand more lovely things from her in the comments!
Also, I’ll take this opportunity to say that if YOU would like to be a Guest Doodlewash feature, the answer is always yes! Please don’t hesitate to reach out, as unlike other sites, no invite is required here! It’s an opportunity to share and learn about different people and their various artistic approaches. Again, a doodlewash is anything with a drop of watery color goodness, so contact me today!Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in
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