Tuesday, May 9, 2017

SCRIBBLE PICNIC ~ POTTED PLANT


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The theme for this week "Potted Plant"

Simple watercolor using greens, blues and lavenders.  Wanted something soft and fluid.

To see an array of potted plants, just click on my Scribble Picnic Badge and enjoy!

32 comments:

  1. It's very pretty and you achieved your desire.

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    1. Thanks Vee...like the colors too.

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  2. A lovely little watercolor. Have a wonderful Wednesday. Tammy

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    1. It like a card I painted years ago. Thanks for your faithful visits.

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  3. I love the colour scheme on your potted plant piece!

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    1. Thanks Christine...those colors mix so well with watercolors.

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  4. The colors are so lovely and "fluid"
    I really like your style Wanda...it makes me want to give watercolor painting a try.

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    1. With your eye for photography, you could just transfer one of your photo's to watercolor paper, and give it a try....Let's talk about it at Tahoe.....(smile)

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  5. This may be simple for you! Beautiful!

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    1. Thanks Linda. Wish I could sit in on your Tuesday Paint Parties and try something beside watercolor. Love the pictures you and your class do.

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  6. this is lovely and I do like that it has no pink or red, sort of a cool and nice palette. I like the loose fluid style. good take on the theme.

    have a lovely day.

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    1. Thanks Lissa....I think there is a calming feeling with these colors.

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  7. Beautiful! I love blue flowers. Perfect theme for this time of year!

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    1. Thank you Betsy. I love blue flowers too, and you don't see too many of them.

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  8. Love that! I especially love the hint of lavender on one of the flowers.

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    1. Thank you Latane ~ I might do another one using more lavender.

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  9. Beautiful, gentle colours. I love this. Seems ethereal, as if it just floated into existence.

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    1. I love the captions you put on my paintings. That last sentence...love it...makes me feel like floating.....

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    2. xo❤ It seems to be different from when I first viewed it.

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  10. Wanda,
    I smiled when I saw this. Beautiful - soft, lovely colours and your watercolour technique is terrific.
    Blessings
    Janis

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    1. Thanks Janis. I always appreciate your comments as you have a talent with watercolors I appreciate.

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  11. Nice. There is nothing quite like artwork of one kind or another to soothe the soul.

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  12. OH MY, this is SO soft and pretty, Wanda...I love it!

    I hope you enjoy the rest of your week. :)

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  13. Dear Wanda, this really is your thing--watercolors, especially of plants and pretty things I think . I love it! So glad you added it to our plant swap! :) And thank you again for you wonderful lovely comments. I have added my replies over there.

    So, the only thing is your photo does not do justice to your original painting it seems. As such, I've taken it and fixed the colour curves some to try to approximate where I estimate the oringal was. I could not get rid of all the pink casted hues but this one might be better for your to display if you like? You can download it from here:
    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-4ztUAFZRTb0/WRPjfqk756I/AAAAAAAALn4/iRb8Ao7Gi8oZ5GEAH6MszEUgV0CtPGc9QCLcB/s1600/IMG_2019.JPG
    :) enjoy and show off your God given talents! :)

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    1. Just copy and paste that web address in the URL web address line in a web brwoser and then you can see the image where you can right click with your mouse to download the picture adn maybe use that one if you like. up to you. :)

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    2. Michael, thank you so much. I have a hard time getting a good photo sometimes. I have used your clean one and it does look much better. I will check out your comment on your blog. Hugs.

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  14. This is lovely. I like your use of colors.

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    1. Thanks Tammie Lee...Michael helped with brighten up the photo. I like it better.

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  15. I am partial to blue flowers and therefore, these beauties. I love them against the pale pink background. So pretty.

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  16. Lovely, and definitely soft! Nice color choices.

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