Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Poppy Paintin' Stuff

I thought you might be getting weary of the Folk Art Landscapes so I thought I would throw this in between landscapes. I know, this is a stretch---especially when you don't have anything else to blog!

Poppy Supplies
M. Graham Paints (my favorite)
Black Caran d"Ache water soluble crayon (love these!!)
Dream Catcher brushes (my favorite--but I use others too)
Palette (Bed and Bath Beyond)
Watercolor pencil
Kilimanjaro 300 LB WC paper from Cheap Joe's
sandpaper---this is a technique that Michelle Brown uses. You rub a watercolor pencil over the sand paper and it drops dust that makes great texture

More landscapes tomorrow!


lori vliegen said...

i love this picture...is there anything better than seeing all of those wonderful art supplies?! i get so excited, it makes my heart race! :) looking forward to seeing more of your poppies and landscapes!

Tess said...

I love your palette plate. This is a wonderful post. It's neat seeing all of the materials an artist uses. And the hints are welcomed too. I never tire of seeing whatever you are creating.

julie king said...

i so want to be at home playing around with my watercolors, a medium i have only barely dabbled in. thanks for the photo and list of your fave supplies!

turquoise cro said...

Hi! I came over by way of Tess's! SoooOOoo glad I did, I love poppys!


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