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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Watercolor People ACEOs: Paint Party Friday

Adventures with Peerless Liquid Watercolors

Here are some new Watercolor People and some Bright Colored flowers, ACEO's painted with Peerless Liquid Watercolors.  These have been in my stash for awhile now, and I just started using them, full strength, LOL.  They are INTENSE. Now I am going to water them down a bit and try again!  I use the Peerless WC sheets all the time, but I just had to try the liquids.  





I am working on a series of Halloween Witches using these paints.  Will post some next week.  And this week I opened my EBAY STORE:  PinkGypsy - Come on by and browse.  I have over 40 items listed, and I will be adding more each day.  My goal is to keep 100 paintings and collectibles for sale.  

10 comments:

  1. Wow, I love your use of color. You have captured body language beautifully

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  2. Thanks, Susan. I think I posted in last week's thread! LOL. I was so late getting it done, so I guess I will repost it for this week, which it is supposed to be. Losing track of time because I am moving this month.

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  3. Fascinating how intense the watercolors are. I have never seen liquid watercolors, but I have seen paintings that used them. Beautiful, all your works especially the ones with the white pen work.

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  4. Your watercolor work is outstanding. I've never tried the liquid watercolors but now I'm tempted. Great job.
    gloria

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  5. Nostalgia speaks to me, wonderful and free work. xox

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  6. Love those sketchy paintings - I have never used the liquids - but I love the sheets.

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  7. Wonderful work,I love them all. The white lines really make the colours pop:)HPPF

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  8. Great movement and color, lively! <3

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  9. Wow yes they're really intense for watercolours. Wonderful movement in your paintings ...

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  10. Interesting, I hadn't heard of these watercolors. You are right they are intense, will be interesting to see if you can water them down a bit. Blessings, Janet PPF

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