Tuesday, 14 January 2014

A quick demo ends with a promenade stroll

When I had my friends over to visit recently, I did a very quick demonstration of painting.
Using one of their photos from a recent trip to the seaside, I showed them how quickly you can make a little painted memory of the day.

The majority of the painting was done quickly -less than 30 minutes. The branches of the trees were left until I had some time to myself, to finish it.

This I did recently - and here's the result.

Promenade Stroll

Painted on Saunders Waterford 140 rough, size approx 7x10 inches

11 comments:

  1. A great paint sketch, Pat! I bet your friends were impressed!

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  2. Hi, Pat, the work is impressive. Colours are very beautiful. Enjoy drawing and a nice time with friends!
    Best wishes, Sadami

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  3. How fun, can't imagine whipping up a painting in 30 minutes!

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  4. This is the magic of watercolor. It can be as quick as clicking a picture.

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  5. very nice. I wouldn't mind taking that stroll either

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  6. Amazing that you created the painting in 30 minutes! I shudder to think what I would do in that time frame. :)
    Kathryn XX

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  7. Wonderful sketch, Pat. A good example of what can be done with watercolor in only 30 minutes. Ciao!

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  8. Beautiful!! Love the colours.

    Congratulations on getting your Novel published. Must be a great feeling :)

    Have a lovely year ahead. Love n hugs to Missy

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  9. Very nice! You have a great way with color.

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