Thursday, December 15, 2011

A Day at the Museum


I spent the day at the Royal Ontario Museum where I drew this gorgeous giant panda. Today I decided ALL sketches will be on watercolour paper, no more cheap sketchbooks or newsprint... just in case it turns out 'watercolour worthy'!
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12 comments:

  1. the soul of watercolor is leaving the white spaces as it is...
    you have done this beautifully...

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  2. Great panda and you're so on the right way about the paper, why risk making a masterpiece on a crappy paper. And the combination of your delicate line and watercolor is one of your strength

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  3. This is definitely watercolour worthy Nora, a lovely painting.

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  4. Je vous envie... J'aime tant aller au zoo... Vous avez dû vous régaler... à en juger cette oeuvre!
    Gros bisous.

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  5. What a lovely painting and so well done. Your work is beautiful.

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  6. Hi Nora. Thanks for visiting my blog today. I really like meeting new artists and seeing their work. I think your work is light and fun and I especially like your animals. Watercolor has always been a challenge for me and you handle it just beautifully. Jill

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  7. I think your work is light and fun and I especially like your animals. Watercolor is a challenge for me, but you handle it just beautifully.

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  8. I love all those colors in the black areas of the panda, and the more distant legs in the lighter value. Simply, beautifully done Nora.
    And I think you are right-on with that paper. A great piece is too precious to waste.

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  9. Nora,
    I saw many of your sketches/drawings and I think you are a very creative and talented artist.Great work.

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  10. Nora, He is so cute. Is there anything you don't paint well? (No of course not)

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