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    Monday
    Dec312012

    Pattern-A-Day #29 - 32

    “Nourish your eye and spirit with inspiring things.
    They will bloom with your tending.”
    SARK

     

    Designing patterns in watercolor in the Moleskine A4 watercolor journal. The last set for the December Pattern-a-Day Challenge with A is for AnikaEach pattern is about 6" wide x 9" tall or half of the page. See all of the patterns. There's a bonus pattern so that we have an even number at the end!

    A little about each pattern: These are all in watercolor. Blue leopard was painted using mostly the side of the brush. Rainbow grid is tiny boxes of color. Retro circles is a little too glaring for me, but nonetheless fun to paint all of those circles (starting with the outside yellow then green, etc.). The pink lines is a great exercise in keeping the brush steady.

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    Your patterns have been so bright and inspiring. I have enjoyed seeing them. My 12 y/o gave me 5 blank canvases for Christmas. . . . I have 2 covered with pain but not finished. Much dreaming and planing going on . Very snowy.

    12.31.2012 | Unregistered CommenterCarol

    I LOVE the Retro Circles! All of your patterns have been beautiful Tammy and I adore the colours in the rainbow grid.

    12.31.2012 | Unregistered CommenterAlison

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