Range of Colour

Range of Colour

This is an ATC-sized watercolour pen creation I did a while back which I wasn’t particularly happy with. It’s somewhat abstract with the floating tree-like thingies at the bottom of the picture and the colours used.

I covered the painting (penning?)  at the time of creation with a Pébéo fluid really just to see what would happen. It just made the surface shiny so I thought nothing more of it.

The texture caught my eye today, so I took a photo of it. I quite like how the shine in the photo enhances the texture, and the colours.

I still don’t know if I like the painting, but I like the colours.

ATCs are Artist Trading Cards, which measure only 2 12 by 3 12 inches, and are fun to create. I think I may have a go at creating more of these little masterpieces. Well, you never know!

23 Comments on “Range of Colour

  1. It reminds me of primitive art…Rustic…Interesting color combo TL…Add a few snow flakes and you’ll have a Christmas card….Seriously….Good one TL…VK 🙂

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  2. Yes, vibrant colors can be very eye-catching.
    I have a friend that invited me to do some painting cards.
    I suppose I would if there were another six hours in a day. LOL
    Be safe … Be Healthy … Be Happy 😍
    Isadora 😎

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  3. I like both the painting and the colours! They’re beautiful. I can see why the texture and the shine caught your eye, the painting has a 3D sculpturesque look to it. Very interesting!

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    • It’s grown on me, Halim, which is a good thing. It’s inspired me to create more! 🙂


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