October 3, 2011

Who Says?



I got the inspired to draw a peacock from this post.



Then I thought it would be cool to write in the different feathers.



They say it takes intelligence to hold two opposing views in your head at the same time…well, I don’t know if that’s true but it is something I do a lot.



After I drew this little guy, I thought he resembled the little gecko from those geiko commercials.



I thought this view was pretty cool.



I think I like the way these art journal pages look with the watercolor as the base.

who says doc 001 copy

And this is what all that ramblin’ reading says.  A fun collection of little quips people say.

6 comments:

Janet said...

Your peacock is fantastic! And his face does remind me of the gecko from Geico! I like what you wrote, too. I always wonder who "they" are,the ones everyone refers to as in "they said"....

Serena said...

What a cute and fun peacock!

ArtfulLee Designed said...

Now that is one cool peacock Eden and I love all the words you have in there. What a fun piece of art. I agree with Janet too, who are "they" anyway... I love the questions you are asking
Lee:)

Cindy Lane said...

Love the Rainbow Peacock and especially LOVE the text - it really grabs the Calligapher in me!

Loved your last post about the art supplies as well. If you like Dr Martin's Bombay Ink, you'll love the Dr Martin's Pen White - the ultimate in White ink - writes on anything and covers anything, all in a smooth matte finish.

Cheers,

Cindy

gypsy said...

Eden, I love this, the combination of a peacock and slow, wavy journaling... and totally agree with your thoughts on this. Who is "everyone" anyhow? I agree about the Bombay white ink - I use it in my rapidograph but should try it with a calligraphy pen...

Cynthia Eloise said...

i love it. great quote also.

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