Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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    1. Thanks, CM, but it is what it is! 😉

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  1. Ahhhh…A peek into the world of a master….Thanks TL…Carry on 🙂 VK

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    1. Well, a peek into my paintbrush jar, VK. The world of the master is somewhere around here, but a little misplaced at present… 😀

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  2. It looks like it is well loved – the brush in the middle 🙂

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    1. Oh it is, Raili. And well used!

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  3. An endless loop… brain exploding now…

    That reminds me of the Escher drawing! http://www.wikiart.org/en/m-c-escher/drawing-hands

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    1. Sorry about that, Diane. Yes… that picture does have that effect, doesn’t it? I can’t even draw a hand – let alone a hand drawing a hand.

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  4. Nice!! A full circle view of the artist! 😉

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    1. Well, the artist’s jar, Charlie. The artist is quite shy.

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      1. So’s this one in real life. 😉

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  5. ooh I like this . . . . also very impressed that you are achieving this challenge alongside so many blog posts. I struggle to write a total 4 a week for my two blogs alone one daily and a picture.

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    1. Thanks again, Becky. I set myself little challenges from time to time, my latest one is to reach 2,000 posts by New Year’s Eve, which is why there are so many posts. But I love blogging, and the first ever World Watercolour Month coming along now has given me the boost to get painting more. It all adds to the creativity. I’ve got to the stage where I feel I can’t miss a day now… I’m not sure whether that’s good or not…

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      1. Not sure I’d call that a little challenge!
        Do though keep going as what you are creating is wonderful – both the posts and the art.

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        1. It was more of a challenge when I set it, Becky, but now I can see that it is achievable, which is good. And thank you for your kind words; I shall continue! 😀

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  6. Wonderful Tom.. 🙂 you have such a lot of talent in those brush strokes

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    1. Thanks, Sue, but I want to improve further. This month is an ideal opportunity to practice!

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      1. And you are doing a wonderful Job Tom

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        1. 🙂 Thank you once again, Sue.

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  7. […] watercolour painting of my paintbrushes, which I painted in July 2016 as part of #WorldWatercolorMonth. It has been digitally enhanced and imbued with the creative power […]

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