November 21, 2012

Toddler One….in Check



Finished the ballet slipper shoe….thought the flower motif on top would’ve been more difficult, just made it look realistic not exact.



Couldn’t resist adding my markers to the edges.  Just seems to work for me.



Wish that this dress wasn’t so neat and new…didn’t leave much room for imaginary folds.



This was a fun transition from colored pencils to watercolor….[ & watercolor pencils].  I’m still trying to figure out how much water is too much.  Because the tiniest bit of water can move that pigment fast.

Hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving! 

2 comments:

jinxxxygirl said...

I think you did a wonderful job! I would have liked a blue shoe. Even in the photograph i wish the toddler had a blue shoe....lol

I've been fiddling with water color too for the first time....nothing as intricate as yours though.......move the color but not saturate the paper.....hmmm....Happy Thanksgiving! Hugs! deb

Eden said...

@Deb- Thanks! A lot to learn with watercolor...practice...practice...practice :D Have a nice Thanksgiving :D

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