Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Few things I have to show you :)

Do you remember My Lovely Ladies? This one is one of them, the one I love a lot, think she is fabulous with her little bird on her shoulder.

Few days ago I tried to make one at work, 
I had some clay left that I was about to throw away 
but decided to try to make one of my ladies in stead. 
I think she came out beautiful and Im going to make few 
like this one and paint and maybe add some mosaik 
to the bird and her neck.
What do you think about her?

One more thing I want to show you. 
If you look at the brush that is laying on my 
new painting you can see that it is a big chines one. 
This is my favorite brush believe it or not. 
Think you should buy one and try, 
It is unbelievable how easy it is to paint with one, 
but it was an expensive one.
And I have painted all of this and the next one to 
with only this brush and neocolor.
Looking good or not?

 These are old drawings that I have to finish so I took them to my 
sofa corner with my big brush and neocolorbox.There I painted them. 
Now I have to use withe acryl color so I cant do more painting in my sofa. 
Im hoping that they will turn out beautiful. 
Have a beautiful day, all of you and a happy PPF :)


  1. Fantastic that you are turning your ladies out in clay!!! Cannot wait to see one bejeweled in mosaics and draped in paints!!! How utterly exciting!

    All the painted drawings are equally wonderful!

  2. Love your lovely ladies and birdies!
    So great you are creating these in clay now, too! :)
    Looks wonderful!
    Happy PPF!!
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  3. OOOH I love the clay lady! I have always wanted to try to make a picture come to life like that!!

  4. Way excited to see the progress on the sculpture! Fabu!

  5. Loving your clay lady and looking forward to seeing more of her! HPPF!

  6. How talented you are to be able to make a 3-D model from one of your gorgeous paintings. I have a few of the chinese brushes dating back to the 60s or 70s. They belonged to my mother in law. I have never used them.

  7. I love your line up of paintings-they are adorable portraits!! Happy PPF

  8. You have done a wonderful job at translating your painting to clay! It is a special talent - and not many can accomplish this!

  9. Your lady and bird is marvelous....and the clay piece came out great. Can't wait to see it glazed and done with her bird on her head....Happy PPF xox

  10. you have had a fabulous week of painting... can't decide which i like the most but i am excited to see the sculpture painted up...xx

  11. Clay lady is fantastic, looking forward seeing her colored! Love your one brush paintings, too!

  12. Your girls look lovely...ready to party :)
    And the clay model is AWESOME Sigga!

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  14. I love your art work - such variety! I love the statue but I think the colourful girls at the end of your post are my favourites :)

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  16. Beautiful art and the clay lady looks fantastic!

  17. Your paintings are all just wonderful - what a fantastic job you did with "some old clay" just lying around! You always inspire me to try new things! HPPF