Very nice! I just want to pluck them and put them into a little bouquet! ;-)
It's very pretty and the petals look so thin and fragile. Thanks for the calender, too my friend! I always love those. How sweet of you to share them every month! Hugs!
Wow it's gorgeous, I love it!Jess x
Wow, does the final product look AMAZING! Seriously, it pops out at you with that shading and texture. Very nice.
I admire your patience to stick with all the flower details...I don't think I could do it! It turned out lovely. :)
Practice makes perfect, as they say!
What IS that old saying? Oh I remember...'The most excellent beauty hath some strangeness in the proportion.'It's not perfection which makes beauty, there has to be that 'essential flaw' to point out the beauty. This is a most (slightly) imperfectly perfect painting.
Your series delighted, satisfied and educated me!ALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral =^..^= <3
I think the final result is lovely, but so were the two earlier stages. These remind me of my mother who tackled watercolor in the last years of her life. She was always trying to paint flowers. Thanks for sharing!
I like it!! It's delicate. Are you hard on yourself?! I think i am hard on myself...is that a capricorn thing?
I think it shows such beautiful depth - lovely painting
Very nice, you!!~shoes~
I truly like it!! Its that practice and patience thing that gets me everytime!! Keep pushing forward!!!
I absolutely love the result :)
The Clematis is beautiful. You are far too hard and critical of your endeavors but I think that comes from being a perfectionist. As for patience, that too takes a lot of practice and seems no matter how much I practice I still have not mastered the art of patience. :)
wow thats awesome!
I think it turned out stunning! And, I am not just saying that ;o)
i love the veins in the flowers and the colors. It is so good to try new things and techniques.
I love clematis. Your detail is wonderful!
Well patience paid off Ana, you know I think none of us are ever really pleased with what we create. I never am and when I look at something say a month later I always want to go back and fix it. but when I do I usually mess it up Just keep creating your work and trying new things. We love to see it. xo
looks beautiful I love to see the step by step process of adding all the layers :)
The clematis is gorgeous! Patience is something I really don't have! I admire yours!
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