Wednesday, April 7, 2010

A sunshine day smile for you!!


A bird's joy across the sky, is freedom to go as she please

These lemon head candy are sure killing my teeth right about now. Sometimes I get these cravings for sweets. I have a  sweet tooth. Especially for white German chocolate. When I'm working and scratching my head I take some potato chips and just munch on doodling ideas down on paper. I know junk food is bad but I do it sometimes. It gets bad when the red queen appears every month. Yes I call it the red queen the one that makes me suffer for 5 days and then I'm back to normal yesssssssss! The things woman have to go through, my god! Anywho, changing the subject for now, here I painted three 7x7 in acrylic color pencil and pencil on Canson cold press watercolor paper mounted on wood panel. These three including the one I posted I think yesterday belongs with this set. Each have their own character and wonder about them which I simply adore. That's it folks! Enjoy! and I shall be back with more goodies and probably candy stories, HA!


And land in the colors of the day


And sing and sing!

5 comments:

  1. Love them all, especially the second white one!
    When the Red Queen comes to visit I try to drown her in gooey chocolate! But I'm thinking that I just might have banished her forever, Gawd, I hope so! That HAS to be a BIG plus of getting old...er....I meant older! Ha! LOL!

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  2. El xocolate es mi perdiciĆ³n!!! i los donnuts!!!
    me encanta tu paleta de color...es muy vibrante, transmite mucha energia!!

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  3. I saw some of these on FB and i just adore them. The colors make my little heart sing!!

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  4. Lovely birdies!!!
    Specially the first one :)
    Un beso fuerte Magaly!!

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  5. i just adore your artwork! and these are just lovely :) thank you for being so inspiring.

    xoxo, juliette

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