Sunday, October 16, 2011

Illustration Friday: Scattered


Scattered leaves like confetti on the shallow pond.
The Koi feel celebrated by Autumn.  

acrylic paint, colored pencils and patterned paper, 10 minutes

22 comments:

  1. I am just happy that you have made art again! Yeah!!!
    That must have made you happy! And us too!
    This is a lovely one for scattered.
    Lovely colors and design dear!
    My fish are getting slow as the temperature drops. Soon I will have to cover them with a net otherwise the heron will get them

    have a nice Sunday!
    ♥ and hugs!
    M

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  2. I've felt more than a bit scattered, but not beautifully like your work!
    Love koi...wish I had a pond here that would support them through the cold winters.
    Lovely Lolo!

    XXOO~~
    Anne

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  3. Autumn's confetti. I love that idea. I'll remember that whenever I see leaves falling.

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  4. when feeling scattered, watching the koi is soothing. lovely painting.

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  5. Oh wonderful Lo! You DID IT!
    A gorgeous, powerful - yet wistful piece!

    Seeing this out a huge smile on my face!!!!!

    BRAVA!

    Love,

    ♥ Robin ♥

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  6. I love your painting.. :) its a really calming illustration

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  7. This ia a beautiful piece. Charming.

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  8. Beautiful, Laurel! So good to see some art from you! x

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  9. Beautiful, love the movement and colours in this.

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  10. Lo - this is really beautiful: the painting and the words. And I love your banner! Great works are springing forth! xo Pam

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  11. Koi do fit in with fall perfectly.

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  12. so elegant and calming. love.

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  13. I'm fond of cutting stencils; this has a nice one!

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  14. This is very pretty. Lovely colors!

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  15. Beautiful colors! I love that crazy kat banner, but then I always adore your blog banners!

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  16. What a beautiful result with that paper and your mediums. Lovely piece.

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  18. how can anyone make these fish squiggle and swish just so in just 10 minutes? :^)

    thank you goddess that lo picked up her pencils and paints! i've missed her. and look at how she chooses these colors and how they create such serene movement? this girl is good!!!

    sincerely ♥
    anonymous

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  19. Very nice piece, Lo. The color selections are right on!
    It takes me back to when we had koi ponds, and the guys would swim right up and eat from my hand.

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