#WorldWatercolorMonth Day Thirteen

I had grand ideas with this watercolour. I wanted to make the subject look medieval but with a modern face, and I also wanted to make it look a little more like a watercolour rather than something that has been attacked by gaudy marker pens (it is watercolour, by the way – if you look closely there are parts where the paint isn’t dry yet.)

And then time got involved. All great plans went out of the window and I ended up rushing. Hence the unfinished look and wet paint.

Although I have seen medieval images that could be described as unfinished… so I’ll go with that!

Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. An artist is never finished with his work of art. On many occasions, I arrived at art shows trying to finish many minute things. The main thing is to keep on going. 😎

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    1. Thanks, Isadora. There’s a fine line between not doing enough and doing too much… I haven’t found that line yet, so I’m a little all over the place, but with time, I’ll get there! It’s all fun, though.

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  2. Patience Grasshopper!!! 🙂

    Good effort Tom! 🙂

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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    1. Thanks, Prenin.
      Patience is needed in bucketloads at the moment here… until it arrives, I shall continue deep breathing! 😀

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  3. She looks very unamused. 🙂

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    1. They usually do, Sylvia, the Queens of Hearts. I don’t know why that is…

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  4. Can’t tell it is wet from here!

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    1. Just down both sleeves, Becky, there are a couple of wet patches. Other than those, it looks dry… 🙂

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  5. I’ve found her! I knew it would be Kyle 🙂

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    1. Ha! Thanks, Jo, but this isn’t it! 😀 A few more days back… I think…

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