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    Wednesday
    Dec052012

    Pattern-A-Day #5

    Something fresh for Pattern #5 the December Pattern-a-Day Challenge with A is for Anika!. This is 1/2 of an A4 moleskine page, so a bit more than 6" x 9" in size.

    So I thought I would tell you a little about each pattern. First I painted the pink and then the blue. There was more paint on my brush when I painted the darker blue and the lighter blue is actually the same blue but unintentionally there was more water on the brush. I painted this with a #6 round brush. 

    I see a 1970's retro wallpaper or fabric. What do you see in this pattern? I find it interesting that patterns evoke emotions or memories or little visions. They are simple yet complex. Sometimes the prettiest fabrics are simple backgrounds with one color of polka dots. 

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    Reader Comments (4)

    Loving all your patterns Tammy. Good on ya!

    12.5.2012 | Unregistered Commentertina

    This is really pretty and bright. Thank you for hinting to me that you were doing this project in advance to I had time to digest and ponder it before diving in! Will you fill the whole moleskine with just patterns you think?

    12.6.2012 | Unregistered CommenteriHanna

    Hanna, I started thinking about this project back in October when I started to notice Anika's patterns on instagram and got curious. But I started working in this A4 Moleskine watercolor journal perhaps a year ago with abstract watercoloring. So it is already 3/4 full. I will paint patterns on the rest of the pages and then go and work on the backs of a lot of pages (that's the benefit of heavy watercolor paper, you can use both sides) and then move on to the Fabriano watercolor paper I brought back from Italy. Each pattern will be about 6" x 9" in size.

    12.6.2012 | Registered Commentergypsy

    Thanks for sharing Tammy. I jumped right in on this challenge. I'm pushing myself to play with markers this month. Maybe watercolors in January. Love seeing what everyone is creating. I love patterns!

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