Sunday, August 05, 2012

passion iced tea



Unlike yesterday, today's model wasn't very inspiring. So I painted my friend across the studio from me. He also likes Starbucks Passion Iced Tea.
$20 EACH - 7"x9" and 8"x10" watercolour paintings
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28 comments:

  1. Very nice! I love your style and I like Passion Iced Tea, too. :)

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  2. Again your skill with gesture makes these images. I love the insouciance of the second one in particular.

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  3. These are great! You completely captured the mannerisms as he sat there. I'm impressed! I don't like the Passion flavor as much as the Green tea from starbucks, or the Vanilla Rooibus.

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  4. I love your style...the gestures are evident but not precise...a very appealing look.

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  5. And THANK YOU for turning off word verification!

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  6. These are so good:) I like your style. You've really captured the moment in each one. That tea is good:)

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  7. So wonderful... and your colors are always beautifully fresh!

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  8. They are both very nicely done and very appealing too.

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  9. Love your drawing and painting style...it always conveys movement and something happening. Must look up this passion iced tea though, had never heard of it!

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  10. Oh how cool! I'd bet your friend would love to have these two pieces!

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  11. Hmm... Passion Iced Tea sounds questionable, lol! However your sketches are'nt - they are as delightful as ever :0)

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  12. What a great creations you're sharing with us Nora!

    greetings, Alie :-)

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  13. Love the drawings/paintings. but admit I had to take a second look at the $20. I thougt you were talking about the Iced Tea!!!!!!! LOL ! BJ

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  14. What a beautiful creations Nora.

    Greetings Janny

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  15. These are wonderful-you bring so much personality to these. I love all your life drawings too. Super!

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  16. Love your fresh, joyful style, Nora!

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  17. Nice sketchs Nora. Love the way you did it! Love the colors too!

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  18. So funny how you ignored the uninspiring model and painted another painter! He looks terrific in both, very focused on his work. Lovely bits with the purple sneakers and the pink glass and bright green bag.

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  19. Such an interesting sketch, with so much much personality ..... now is he called Harold, or perhaps Gregg. Even in the sketch he definitely has a name.
    I do appreciate the comments you leave on my blog, and look forward to seeing a Brushes painting if you ever do try it.

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  20. These are great - the poses so natural. wonderful work.

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  21. love your unique style Nora

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  22. Hello Nora:) I've got the idea that your friend is thinking the same as you:) Did he paint you? Your paintings are wonderful!

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  23. Uns trabalhos encantadores!Grande arte!
    M. Emília

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  24. OOOh.. almost missed these. It is amazing how complete these feel, even if they are sketches.

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  25. What terrific sketches! I love your lively line and vibrant colors Nora.

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