Monday, 31 March 2014

The Making of Dotty .... and an update

It's been a long time since I was here, or visiting your blogs.
Even longer since I've done a step by step painting.

Yesterday I got the time to paint - and I painted Dotty, from beginning to end. Taking pictures of the progress, we start at pencil drawing and end at the completed tabby cat that is Dotty.






I hope you enjoyed the step by step ... and the final painting too.

Dotty was painted on Saunders Waterford 140 Rough and is 15" x 11"
The paints I use are Winsor &Newton Artist Quality

The update on our situation is that hubby is still improving, but the progress is slow. We're not out of the woods yet. Thank you for your continued prayer and support.

10 comments:

  1. Love the painting and the step by step progress.
    Glad to hear your husband is improving.

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  2. Beautiful napping happy pose. Well done
    Thoughts and prayers your way

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  3. Love your step by step, Dotty is a great piece. I start out with the intention of step-by-steps but sometimes forget to take pics and then the whole point of it is gone!!! ><

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  4. Pat, it is so good to hear from you again! "DOT" is a beautiful work!!! And I always love to see the progress photos - thank you.
    I am happy to read that your husband is improving. I wish you both continuing happiness and strength and wellness!!!
    Kathryn XX

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  5. Dotty is lovely! (Glad to hear Hubby is feeling better!)

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  6. Good to read your husband is improving, Pat, and to see you painting again! Dotty is gorgeous! All the best!

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  7. I'm glad you found some time to paint... it can be therapeutic can't it? I really hope Hubby is soon up and about... Meanwhile, great job on the cat! :0)

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  8. Wow, that was so cool to see how you bring a painting to life!

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  9. Beautiful picture! Best wishes to your hubby!

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