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lynneartystuff
love colour! love paints, pens, papers.....all stuff arty!! and now creating adult colouring books - available on Amazon.
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lynneartystuff May 8
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lynneartystuff May 8
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lynneartystuff May 4
Both sold at one of the exhibitions I did earlier. I hope they’re giving much pleasure in their new homes! 🎨 sold at one of the exhibit…
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lynneartystuff May 4
Both sold at one of the exhibitions I did earlier. I hope they’re giving much pleasure in their new homes! 🎨
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lynneartystuff May 4
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lynneartystuff May 2
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lynneartystuff May 2
‘Here - Let Me’ Marker pen and watercolour - again, I like to create a contrast between the crispness of the black and the softness of the paint, which I use quite dry.
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lynneartystuff May 2
‘Here - Let Me’ Marker pen and watercolour - again, I like to create a contrast between the crispness of the black and the softness of the paint, which I use quite dry.
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lynneartystuff May 2
‘Camelot’ I enjoy the combination of the soft watercolour against the more harshness of the pencil, and how the pencil blends into the paint when wet.
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lynneartystuff May 2
‘Camelot’ I enjoy the combination of the soft watercolour against the more harshness of the pencil, and how the pencil blends into the paint when wet. ‘Camelot’ I enjoy t…
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lynneartystuff May 2
My most recent watercolour. A pencil and graphite drawing with the addition of watercolour painted with a fairly dry brush, enhance by the use of blending the granite pencil lines in parts. This is why I enjoy watercolour as a medium. It gives a very different effect whether…
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lynneartystuff May 2
My most recent watercolour. A pencil and graphite drawing with the addition of watercolour painted with a fairly dry brush, enhance by the use of blending the granite pencil lines in parts. This is why I enjoy watercolour as a medium. It gives a very dif…
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lynneartystuff Apr 30
‘Sassy’; ‘Sooo Sassy’; And ‘Super Sassy’ - 3 takes on the same drawing - do you have a preference?
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lynneartystuff Apr 29
It’s this controversial one again! (Sorry, rather a ciggie than a cats bottom!). This time with watercolours and blended conte carbonne pencil to do the hair. Drawing us graphite and pencil. pencil
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lynneartystuff Apr 29
It’s this controversial one again! (Sorry, rather a ciggie than a cats bottom!). This time with watercolours and blended conte carbonne pencil to do the hair. Drawing us graphite and pencil. pencil
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lynneartystuff Apr 19
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lynneartystuff Apr 14
This is becoming a habit; I’m loving creating pencil artworks, but I’m also enjoying taking it one step - or even 2 steps further(!) further by changing the hair to a watercolour version and also a big hair colourful style. This is the initial drawing. Watch this space for t…
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lynneartystuff Apr 14
This is becoming a habit; I’m loving creating pencil artworks, but I’m also enjoying taking it one step - or even 2 steps further(!) further by changing the hair to a watercolour version and also a big hair colourful style. This is the initial drawing. W…
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