The Independence Day weekend has been a good time with some inks and canvases, I’ve been cutting up big pieces of it and spent a whole lot of hours listening to stand up clips on Spotify and working on creepy abstract birdmonsters and other monsters.
It was a lovely weekend.
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The resistance cows are getting harder and harder to farm, some of them have even gone into the extreme and think they don’t even need to be farmed. This is worrying for several well behaved cows. Moo!
The strawberry milk cow standing in the rain and not being disturbed.
I’ve grown to love silk, it’s really like wool isn’t it, it keeps you warm and it’s easy to clean and it’s just pretty and feels good against your skin.
So I’ve bought some blank silk scarves from the craft store and some silk paints, Marabu iron fixed dyes for the first round and then later I will get the steam fixed ones. Those are the fancy ones you’re not supposed to buy at first, you have to work your way up to those.
Silk is moody, it will work with you one day and the other it takes more patience, so you have to treat it with patience. So far I’ve made two scarves, one with bugs and one with the raven (I used a drawing I had previously done for reference). The raven looks good.
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Ink paintings on canvas, custom work.
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Ink splatter on canvas. Painting poppies and relaxing. A4 size for artwork is so nice, you can sit and paint!
Ink splatter and flower paintings on canvases. See more at www.5erg.etsy.com
Working progress with inks and canvas, the starter kit:
Abstract flowerbed ink artwork on canvas:
Black and white roses with ink splatter: