Those of you on the Watercolour for Card Makers online class would have seen Jennifer Rzasa's amazing hand drawn bird. I'm not quite ready to try painting a bird in flight, although maybe next time I'll give it a go! Jennifer has long inspired me with her art, and finally I am experimenting a little more to see what I can do.
Yesterday I sat down to draw and paint my second ever bird. My first bird was this one. I think I've improved a little between first try and second try. Imagine what would happen if I sat down to practice more! ;-) I never knew what a Bluebird looked like. I found photos of them when I was trying to find the name of another bird I wanted to draw, and decided I would try a bluebird first. To me they look like little blue robin redbreasts. Are bluebirds robins?
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Awesome bluebird!! Marvellous painting, too. And thanks for the reminder about turning your work upside down--I had forgotten that trick!
Great job on the bluebird! Hasn't this class been fun? Hope you will do more painting...
Look at you ,such an artist! This is beautiful Michelle ! Looks like a missed a great class.
Wow...you are an artist, just beautiful.
Both birds look good to me! I've been so inspired by this class and have learned a lot technique wise. You are becoming quite the artist Michelle! I love watching your progress. BTW, I pinned your beautiful peonies from yesterday's post. Great job!
Wow Michelle! Stunning, absolutely stunning. And I hate birds! :)
Michelle, I am so impressed a) that you were brave enough to try and b) how wonderfully it turned out. I think you rocked it. A Bluebird was a great bird to start with because they are so colorful and you really captured that vibrancy so well. Although the Bluebird isn't a robin, he is in the same family order:-) I saw one flash past me this morning and it was wonderful to come and see him on your blog :-)
Gorgeous Michelle, you are an artist!
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