Friday, March 4, 2016

It's All Good :)


Just playing around 
practicing my handwriting
together with watercolor pencils
I think I need to invest in watercolor paper lol

Keep creating



18 comments:

  1. Never under estimate the value of practised handwriting. It is a very useful tool. You never know when you might need it in art and it is excellent for practising artistic control. Try doing it with your non-dominant hand and you can breakdown how you make each stroke (and find a freedom in creating art without the pressure of accuracy and just enjoying the movement).

    And yes, there is good in everything. Thanks for sharing and happy PPF!

    Best wishes,
    Liz

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  2. I love to write Clemencia, but I feel I need to practice more.
    Those hearts are a lovely touch.
    Happy PPF to you

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  3. Nice handwriting and a cute little painting.
    Happy PPF ♥

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  4. Nice work, Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  5. sweet! i've been stretching my creative side also with some colored pencils!

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  6. Thanks for sharing your fun with Let's Play!

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  7. Great message! This morning I thought about how handwriting (block form and cursive) is like drawing. Must be in the air.

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  8. AGREED!! Great message expressed with such creative delight!

    Hugs Giggles

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  9. Good sentiment - watercolour paper will give you a lovely new effect to play with. Happy weekend ;-)

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  10. I hope the schools will not phase out cursive writing, because it really is an art form!

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  11. I think I need to practice my handwriting. It's getting harder to read every year!
    I hope the schools keep teaching it. Cursive writing has its charms.

    =)

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  12. watercolour paper makes all the difference, but this looks fabulous as it is!!!

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  13. Great quote and lovely lettering, Clemencia!

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  14. How wonderful! I love the quote, too. Happy PPF!

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  15. Do you know who Jenny Wren is?

    She is a perfect illustration of the power of practice!

    I like the idea of the black against the watercolors! Very striking!

    Thanks for sharing it for week 16.

    xoOXOXOXOXOxoxoOXOXO

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