For the prompt of “Reptile” today, I’m popping in with a quick little doodle of a chameleon. I’ve been a bit of a chameleon myself over these past few months while I change up my style a bit. When I first started
Good for you getting your book closer to done! I finally finished a cover for my upcoming poetry chapbook. Instead of watercolor, it’s an ink painting. Now I just have to wait for warmer weather so I can get it varnished and UV protected.
A happy (karma karma karma karma karma) chameleon. That’ll be in your head for days now, if it wasn’t already. You’re welcome! 😉 It’s still strange not having you show up every day and it feels like years since we last spoke, but thank goodness pizza night remains a constant! All the best. <3
I do. It usually requires heavy burnishing to work the pigment into a rough paper. Even cold press can be too much for colored pencil with some brands. Hot press may be too smooth. You have to be like Goldilocks and find the paper that’s juuuuuust right, lol.
In January my husband and I went to the Oregon Coast for the weekend and I saw these birds. I had to google what they were because I had never seen them before. Black Oystercatchers! I guess they are common but they had always hid from me! Photo reference from Unsplashed.com because I couldn\’t get a picture either! Black Oystercatcher
In January my husband and I went to the Oregon Coast for the weekend and I saw these birds. I had to google what they were because I had never seen them before. Black Oystercatchers! I guess they are common but they had always hid from me! Photo reference from Unsplashed.com because I couldn\'t get a picture either! Black Oystercatcher
Thanks so much Sandra! Yes, so many gulls and little sandpipers. That day the tide was out further than I’d ever seen before and wondered if that was a thing because they were hanging in the tidepools.
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