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Monday, March 26, 2012

Tammy of daisy yellow has come up with this awesome idea - The Creativity Queue Challenge.
Her only rule is to create, which I feel is so cool [I hate when it comes to following so many rules and rituals, a total waste of time in my opinion-:) ] You've to work on any idea that has been unfinished or even on something that is taking shape in your mind, double cool-:)

Here is mine for Day-1

As I've mentioned before, I'm doing a Watercolor Pencil Workshop taught by Dion Dior. I'm still trying to catch up with all the exercises.

These two paintings were done little by little over the last couple of days. (My baby is sick, and then everything else takes a back step). I'd more plans with the water can but had to make it a small project. Maybe soon, I'll do one more of it and add the rest of what I've in my mind.


This challenge is there for 8 days. If you're interested in participating, go here for more details: http://daisyyellow.squarespace.com/

Thank you and wishing for a great week filled with good weather, health and creativity,
SusaN

14 comments:

  1. Hi Susan,
    Thanks for your kind comment s about my stamp carving post today.
    I love your water-colour sketches, and it looks like Dion's class is wonderful. I just started painting, and have a lot to learn.
    I hope your baby feels better soon.

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    1. Thank you Vicki. Yes, Dion's watercolor pencil workshop is agreat class even for beginners.I started painting only from the last 3 or 4 months.
      When it comes to having a 1 and a 5 year old at home, flu and common cold are all part of our lives-:)

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  2. Sending you a wish for a better day today for your baby, and I am happy that you are finding little bits of time add up to good things! I love watercolor, it is so relaxing and dreamy. Thank you for participating in the challenge!

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    1. Thank you Tammy for your kind words. I'm into art only from the last 6 months.With 2 kids at home I never get long hours to sit and create anything. I'm a strong believer in creating for 10 or 30mts, or whenever I can. Well, that is the only option that I've right now.

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  3. I love seeing your sketches, you are so good at sketching !! Good for you to make time a little each day for your art. Hope you have a good day today and your little feels better!!

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    1. Dear Dawn Thank you so much for your comment. Making time a little each day is my only option and I have this strong urge to create sthg everyday.

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  4. Beautiful sketches!! Really, really nicely done. I hope your little one is better soon and you can continue with your creating. xx

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    1. Thank you Lorinda for your wishes. I try to atleast journal early in the morning or late in the night.

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  5. I absolutely love your watercolors! The watering can is my favorite. I'm inspired.

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    1. Thank you Jenny and the sketches are part of the watercolor pencil workshop that I'm doing now.

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  6. Nice work, Susan! I love watercolors but usually am just using them for backgrounds - envy those who can actually sketch & paint images with them, and I love your watercan and scissors :) Hope you can find more time to keep up with the challenge! ~ gem ~

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    1. Thank you gem. I'm really going to try to post all 8days.

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  7. Charming!! Just charming!! to take an everyday object and allow it to sing!! That's what you've done you know! Your watering can sings a lovely tune of welcome! thank you for sharing your heART. Thinking I may find a can to collage...

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    1. Thank you Sandy. It's part of an online class that I'm taking. Great idea to do a collage with the can.

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