Friday, August 31, 2012
illustration friday (identical)
Don't imitate me. It's as boring as two halves of a melon.
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I've just finished translating the little pamphlet that comes with the Etegami starter kit , and though it doesn't say anything that...
Nice quote. I love it when our "failures" grow on us. Maybe we need to catch up with ourselves sometimes :)ReplyDelete
Hmmm, I like it...and the quote!ReplyDelete
I like it too, although you make the two halves of a melon look anything but boring.ReplyDelete
Love the movement in your illustrations!ReplyDelete
I'm glad it grew on you! It's perfect for this theme as well :)ReplyDelete
Wow. This is really beautiful. I'm not familiar with etegami--though now I see your sidebar has an explanation. Do you mail these out regularly? I used to have a couple of friends I regularly exchanged "mail art" with....ReplyDelete
I really really like this.
Thank you for your visit and comment, Coreopsis! Yes, I send out as many as 100 etegami a month, mostly to people who are sick or need encouragement. I also send etegami in exchange for every etegami or piece of mailart I receive. My postal address is at the top of my mailart gallery blog at mailartgallery.blogspot.comDelete
Many a time I have walked away from a painting - and been happily surprised a few days later that it was not nearly as bad as I thought! The inner critic is strong when we are right up in the work.. now I always let it rest!ReplyDelete
Failure? How interesting that what we consider failures appear pleasant and desirable to others! I am glad you did not throw it away because I like it.ReplyDelete
That lovely yellow and green are beautiful as is the composition.ReplyDelete
It's beautiful! The haiku particularly resonates with me too as I hate melons....ReplyDelete
I really like this and the haiku works so well with itReplyDelete