WOYWW: more watercoloring

Howdy folks! It is time to take another peek at crafty desks around the globe, that’s right it’s What’s on your Workdesk Wednesday!

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Here I have the start of a watercolor painting and a few practice studies of dew drops. I’ll share a video on painting the dew drops as well as the finished peony painting in a day or two.  Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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  1. That’s really pretty. Can’t wait to see it when it’s done. happy crafting #5

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  2. You never cease to amaze me with the creativity you have, constantly changing styles and art at the blink of an eye. Great desk.

    Happy WOYWW
    Eliza & Yoda

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  3. Really beautiful

    Thanks for sharing and have a great week.

    Hugs Candace
    #36

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  4. Ohhh can’t wait to see how your painting progresses. I am having such problems with waterblooms!! Any suggestions?
    Sandra @12

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  5. I had to come back after watching one of your tutorials. You are brilliant I think I might have to watch and learn. Have a lovely week.
    Sandra @12

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  6. that’s one big flower looking forward to seeing how it progresses no doubt it will be stunning happy Wednesday have great week Andrea#42

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  7. Another watercolour rose – Just saw one on a different blog – how funny. Just like buses, you go ages without seeing one then two come a long right after one another LOL!

    Happy WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (6)

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  8. Looks wonderful! I’m sure the finished product will be as stunning as your current work!

    Blessings!
    Kelly #43

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  9. I love your watercolors and will need to go back and do some one day very soon.

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  10. What a fabulous start on this beautiful peony! Can’t wait to see it finished!!

    Hope your Wednesday is absolutely wonderful!!

    Lynn #20

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  11. Love that flower! Isn’t watercoloring just so relaxing and fun? When I sit down to do it, I just lose track of time. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #88

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  12. I must try to catch one of your tutorials! I am trying to do a dash round the desks and it’s taking me ages today: I just have to keep stopping to look at all the wondrous work going on. I love watercolours and I love peonies so this is a fab post! Julie Ann xx #35

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  13. What a pretty flower drawing. Those dew drops are tricky things. I remember my mom going through a dew drop phase. She worked lots on them.

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  14. Amazing creativity on display here. I look forward to seeing the finished picture. Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Caro x (#68)

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  15. I didn’t like to watercolor much, (I do like what other people make though!) too much messyness and cleaning of brushes. But somehow I’ve been (sort of) watercolouring more and more…by stamping distress ink on an acryllic block, adding a bit more water, and then paint. And cleaning brushes in between colours. Also, I’ve recently purchased water soluble (is that the right word?) crayons, they are fun as well! Who knows, next year I’m watercolouring for real!
    I’ll stick around and be more and more inspired 🙂

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  16. Did not ever think to paint dew drops! Happy WOYWW!

    NancyH #101

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  17. H lyndsey! this is already a beautiful sketch….you are such a multi talent. Peonies must be high on my list of faves.

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  18. hoping to find sometime to view your iris video!
    thanks for the snoop.
    Robyn 13

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  19. Thanks so much for the explanation on “waterblooms” I really need to understand the why so that I can try not to do it in future paintings. I imagine there are times when the bloom has its own arty effect. But I am a long way from that … thanks Sandra @12

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  20. I can’t wait to see your flower as you paint it. So far the sketch is beautiful. April #21

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