They all look good! Is that an old Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium?)...is that one of those old blue medicine bottles?? :)
Hmmm... I don't think so, but then again, I don't remember at all where it came from! It's my favorite bottle for a single blossom in the windowsill. I LOVE cobalt blue bottles, and the pens don't do them justice at all.
I think Annie could be right, i have a couple that look a bit like this. Love the shell, such lovely detail.
I love that seashell because I know they are not easy. You vales are perfect and lovely or is that perfectly lovely :)The bottles are lovely also.
Hmmn, do the bottles count as one sketch or three Objects?I love a box full of shells that I've been meaning to paint, yours is very well done and just might inspire me!I also love the two small paintings of flowers, they'd make nice cards.
I was going to ask the same thing about the bottles sketch counting! Now you've got all us addicted to these lovely littel object sketches, you MUST go on! Only 490+ to go ;D.
Linda; what a lovely little shell! I picked up a bunch of these long ones in the Camargue and was surprised they made it home in one piece! Do you know what type of shell it is, and who -or what- lived in it?Love the post about your Holiday in Florida, too.Getting lost because of talking - 'been there done that!'
love theseand am SO impressed by the shell...i've tried so many times to sketch shellsand failed miserably...love seeing yours!
I love your drawings and the interesting objects. The smirking Buddha is really nice. What a great project you've set for yourself.
I love glass. I have a jar of beach glass that is just so pretty to look at. Glass is the hardest to paint. And I vote for the magnesium.
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