Monday, March 24, 2008

Two Girlies - Using Some Stamps


I have a lovely collection of stamps now. I was going to start an art journal but as usually I ended up doing something else. Last weeks I came across Suziblutube's videos on YouTube and I was really inspired by her art. I love it! She's so lovely and so funny and sooooo talanted! I just love her girlies and I just had to try and make something like that. I am not really good at drawing simply because I don't practice it enough, but I am quite pleased with the result although I copied the girls. It was a nice chance to use some of my new hand made stamps, too. Mostly they are not really clear but they are great for background and some details that are maybe not seen well on the pics.

I used everything that I have at home: watercolour pencils, watercolours, acrylic paint, stamps, decorative paper, napkins, crayons, markers, old book pages, ink,... Tomorrow I have to go shopping again to get some gesso and watercolour crayons. Hope we have that in our stores!

And by the way, happy Easter everyone!

8 comments:

Natasa said...

Oh, kako lepooooo! Saj sploh ne vem, katera mi je lepša. Obe sta ful ful dobri. Se da kakšno dobit?

tinkarac said...

Postavljam enako vprašanje kot nataša. Tvoji izdelki so noro lepi in meni, ki sem rojena z dvema levima rokama, se cedijo sline. A delaš izključno za ljube in bližnje ali tudi kdaj kaj prodaš?

BojaMoja said...

Ne najdem besed - osupla sem :)

Enkhe said...

I like the chalky look! They are great!
Thank you for the comment you made in my blog!

Amandine said...

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Godelieve said...

Gorgeous, just gorgeous!!

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

Roberta your Girlies are so wonderful! Their eyes seem to be telling you something. Something not quite sad, not quite happy. They are beautiful thinking eyes. I love them!

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