The thoughts and works of a caffeine addicted artist!
So Anita, I have to ask, "Did you use the bathwater for your painting?"Lovely colors and design ~ many of my favorite colors!Best,Kim
LOL...No I used a waterbrush...but thinking about it I wish I had of because my rose bath essence would have smelled gorgeous in my journal...Next time! ;)Thank you for your kind comments :)
Phew, from the lead in on the EDM list I wasn't sure what I was going to see :)
...and yet you came over anyway Owen! LOL! I guess we're all a little curious deep down eh? Hope you wasn't too disappointed. :)
That's the joke, I know. I thought at the very least there'd be a rubber ducky.
Such a feminine page. It's great. My bathtime is not for drawing but for reading.
Anita, I lost my favorites when my computer crashed. I had your son's blog there and so now I don't have it and it's not listed in your links section. I try to stop in and say hello once in a while to encourage him. I can't remember the name of his blog either so could you add his link to your blog?
LOL....Sorry Owen, no rubber ducky here :(Freebird, his link is in my followers but, yes, I will add it to my links too! Thanks for supporting him.
Impressive, Anita. You really are an inspiration.
beautiful lines and colors!
Ahhhh nothing like a hot bath - almost as supportive and Rejuvenating as the EDM group!
Mental note, include 'bath' in the title of any new posts! A lovely illustration and a reminder to take your paper and supplies wherever you are. I have been in so many places where I wish I could have sketched ... the bath is somewhere new and I'm not that brave!
I love this journal page, and the use of pen and ink and watercolors... and especially the splashy effect! Such Beautiful work! Roxanne
Just beautiful, imagine sketching while in the bath, love the colors too. I only shower so would be a little hard to sketch LOL...
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