JOFY number two

Hello again! If you read my previous post you would have seen I wasn't very happy with my last post. Well this is attempt two.

I used the two same colours as Jo, on her post for the paper Artsy blog in the week. This time I decided to use a tag and draw my flowers so that I could paint them. 


I added leaves, which I painted in the undiluted Teal and used Chalk for the flowers. 


I built up the layers of the flowers using a water brush which I let dry in between. Once the white was finished I added a watery Teal to the flowers to add some depth. I put this on with a dry brush and then baby wiped off. 


Lastly I used a bottle top in a very watery Teal here and there to finish. 


I like this one better! Thanks for looking. Take care Debs xxx
Deborah Wainwright
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10 comments:

  1. I haven't scrolled down to the first one yet Debs so don't know why you weren't happy with it ..... bet I like it though, lol! This one is stunning and your hand drawn flowers are beautiful.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  2. Beautiful flowers & colours! xxx

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  3. Oooh love this Debs, you flowers turned out fabulous, in fact the whole tag did.

    Sam xx

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  4. Well there's not a lot wrong with the first one but this one has more of the feel of Jo's, and I applaud you for drawing your own flowers as you don't have the right stencil!

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  5. This is beautiful, love your flowers, especially the feathery ends to them.

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  6. What a beautiful effect you have achieved with the flowers! This looks serene and tranquil. I am working my way through visits backwards so I haven't yet seen the one you didn't like so much. I'm sure you are seeing it through overly critical eyes! This is fabulous, anyway! Julie Ann xxx

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  7. I love your hand drawn flowers and how you have used layers of paint for texture,

    Lucy x

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  8. wow - love the feathery edges to your flowers x

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  9. Love your hand drawn flowers with delicate feathery ends, very JOFY inspired. These colours work well & look quite oriental.

    Glad you pleased with this, i still like your first mini master board also. Two fabulous pieces Lovely:-) xxx

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  10. Absolutely beautiful debs!!! xx

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