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For our optional World Watercolor Month prompt of “Green,” I decided to sketch and paint a couple of green tree frogs on a green monstera leaf. For fun, I decided I would do it without using any actual green paint
I have to admit it – I find puppets as creepy as clowns, and muppets being overgrown puppets – well, I never watched them. So when I heard the song ‘It’s not easy being green’ and not really paying attention to the lyrics, I assumed it was talking about living green to reduce your carbon footprint. I was kind of disappointed when I actually listened to the words one day, lol!
Love your greens, Charlie. I think the best greens come from mixing the colors and yours are wonderful. Sesame street made its debut when I was in college and I remember my child psych teacher talking about the show in our class. Years later, when I was working from home and had a tv close to where I was working, I got hooked on watching the program. I loved those characters.
Nice frogs! I spotted one yesterday sitting on a lily pad in my pond. He looked quite content there.the lilies have grown so much this year that it’s almost impossible to see a fish. Every once in a while you might see a flash of orange where there is a gap in the pads, but there aren’t many gaps.
These are great! Kudos to you for making yourself use other colors! Yep, Kermit was the first thing that came to mind for me too. Oscar was my friends, but I had already sketched Dopey. I agree with your idea that it is easier to sketch everyday when you do what you like. Therefore, I continue to sketch my dolly’s. 😉 I can’t explain why I love to do them, but does that really matter? Nope!
My name is Michelle Gonzalez and I’m a watercolor artist from Manila, Philippines. On Instagram, I share my daily sketchbook paintings, inspirational quotes from my visual journals, and a few thoughts here and t
For our optional World Watercolor Month prompt of “Twisted,” my mind first went to the gnarled branches of a tree. I wanted to try an unusual angle as I always loved climbing trees as a kid. It was fun to find
I’m much the same way about finding something new. In fact, generally once I have something really figured out and am getting good at it – I’m bored with it and looking the next new up and coming thing!
I was a tree climber too when I was younger. We had a box elder on the edge of the woods by our house, and it was an easy climb. The tricky part was the step from the elder to the giant oak next to it. I mainly chickened out, but every once in a while I’d make the leap and feel quite brave for a few days, until I had to do it again.
Great doodle,Charlie. I used to climb apple trees in an orchsrd. There was one I couldn’t climb because i couldn’t reach the lowest branch. It was like a measure of me growing,because eventually I could climb it.
I love, love, love this! So cool! I didn’t have time to sketch in the morning yesterday, so I panicked last night. My sketch shows it. At least it got done! I need to see if they make those treat toys for cats. My cats begs for dinner for an hour every afternoon. I can’t wait until we change clocks again! Tee hee!
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