I present to you wine of the finest quality, from grapes grown in my very own Grinds, trampled by my very own feet. That’s actually just put me off wine for life, but we’ll swiftly move on.

This rather rough and ready watercolour has been quickly created for Charlie’s #DoodlewashDinner. I promised I’d get another one in by the end of the month, and I had a spare half an hour (unusual for me at the moment!) so I thought I’d get creative once again. I’m still using those el-cheapo watercolour paints and the brush that came with them (hence some of the colour spilling beyond the lines – but that’s OK around these here parts). I also used some watercolour pencils to add some of the details, but they didn’t work very well either. 

Still, we have a bottle of red, a bottle of white and a bottle of rosé, and each bottle contains the juices of at least one grape.

Check out Charlie’s site to see what other folk have brought along for the dinner. It’s been running all month now, so we should be starting to feel a little full…

Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

7 Comments

  1. A glass of the old peculiar would go down well right now Tom! 😛

    Pity my diet has put an end of my beer drinking, but one day… 🙂

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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    1. No matter Prenin… Stay healthy and your body will thank you in glorious ways! VK 🙂

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    2. In moderation is fine, Prenin, but not drinking will help your diet no end!

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  2. Good one TL…So glad you are enjoying all these projects you have immersed yourself in. It’s like a floodgate was opened 🙂 Keep the joy spreading!! VK

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    1. Will do, VK! With the floodgates opening, I may have bitten off more than I can chew, but I shall persevere!

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  3. This is awesome, Tom! Well done! Hehe… triple points for that packaging! That’s amazingly fun! Love this! 😃

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    1. Thanks, Charlie. This was a very rushed job, I can hear my art teacher sternly saying ‘you could have done better’!

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