Sunday, April 25, 2010

Think on these things...


Happy Monday!!
Sometimes I just like to peruse all of my old sketch books and I find things that I did before the days of the copic marker. This is one of these drawings so I decided just to color her in with a bit of enhancement with my black markers and stamps. I actually had to redo the Scripture with one of my hand lettered fonts that I made and have really enjoyed using. It's like my own writing---but as a typeface. I made it in Fontifier for $10.

12 comments:

Renee Troy said...

It's a lovely piece, Martha. I really like the lettering. Happy Monday to you as well...
xxoo

sarah said...

martha i love this one! i love the beige/orange with the agua is very pretty! the scripture is just beautiful! you have such an amazing gift!

PaperPumpkin said...

Good Monday Morning to you, Martha! I just bought some Copic Markers and hope to practice and use some of your teachings...

LeeAnn@Encouragement Is Contagious said...

My goodness Martha, I always learn new things when I visit you. I'm going to have to check out what Fontifier is all about. This is a lovely piece of art.

I tried more of the little 5 min. watercolors (took me a little longer than 5 min) and posted it today. I linked to you again. I'm loving this new process you taught me. Thanks!

linda said...

Lovely work, I love the quote :)

Buffy said...

She's Beautiful,I love how her eyes are closed like she is really thinking of all of these things.

Tess said...

Lovely Martha, simply lovely. The verse is perfect for her dreamy/thinking/pondering look.

Poetic Artist said...

Perfect verse for perfect journal page.
Always enjoy.
Katelen

lori vliegen said...

LOVE her.....she looks happy that you paid her another visit in your sketch book!!! xox, :))

Createology said...

Fontifier sounds like fun. Your painting is wonderful. Happy creating...

CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

gorgeous! so peaceful! tranquil....well done!

ciao bella
Creative Carmelina

Jane Farr said...

Great piece Martha! The scripture fits her expression perfectly. I really like your fontified lettering too.

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