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Monday, August 5, 2013

Feedback of Storybord

Hi, Friends, how have you been? The feedback came back for my submitted storyboard. Very positive. (*It's written in a block font.)

'I have great faith that your illustrations will be beautiful. I’m really looking forward to seeing you develop colour roughs of your illustrations. It’s going to be a lovely story & a beautiful book.'
I'm ... speechless and crazy happy!!!!! Very exciting. There are challenges, too. I need to change some to accomplish this picture book. I'll work on them!

These picture book related projects occupy me so much. I'm also working on portraits. A bit hard to blog every Monday. If I do not upload a post every Monday, please forgive me. But I'll certainly visit your blogs!
 
Above is a very big colour study on A2. These buildings are all out of my head. First, I created a black and white, below. I slightly changed an angle and made different buildings for a second black & white. Then, I enjoyed colour. It came up very nice. Another big name looked at that colour study in my studio and said, "That's a design!" Yes, indeed. My observation of buildings and study of architecture helps me. But I did not make meticulous buildings in this study. I prefer wibble wobble drawing lines to dead straight lines, because I want to create something natural or fun. Yes, I love something humane in drawings than mechanical correctness. 
Our publishing team has a wonderful rapport. The team backs up me very well. 
I'm right on a track. Everyday is shining and full of joy. Today, I saw a friend. He said, 'Sadami, if you haven't got a disability, of course, it is very a pain and how tough it's on you, BUT without it, I'm sure you might not have created these beautiful paintings. Or I should say, today's your paintings might not have had such a beauty. Your disability must be a gift and blessing.' Moreover, he prayed for me! His say touched me. Yes, I thank for this disability today. I promised him, "Yes, this is my dream that I'd advocate people with disabilities in the future." Nice to have a wonderful friend to share joy and even pain!!

Thank you for warm cheers. I'm passing on your sent encouragements to someone in need around me. I had a wonderful weekend and ready, set, go for a creative week!
You, too, have a wonderful and productive week.
Friends, Happy Painting!!   


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30 comments:

  1. Dear Sadami, how lovely for you. I am so pleased. Don't apologise for not blogging so often, we can all tell how busy you are, it's lovely to hear of your progress. :)

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    1. Thank you, Polly! I'll work on the projects.
      Best wishes, Sadami

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  2. "wibble wooble"--haha! Yes, I agree. I don't like super-accurate painting. My taste runs toward the "wibble wobble" too. I love the buildings from the sky. This shows your fabulous imagination. Love the shoes too...your paintings have such joy and life.

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    1. Hi, Celeste, you love that expression, "wibble wobble." I love that dance. Thank you for encouragements. Best wishes, Sadami

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  3. Love your view of the cityscape, Sadami. :) Wishing you much success with the book.

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    1. Thank u, Carol. I just do my best. Kind regards, Sadami

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  4. Love this night scene of the city, in watercolour too, not easy to do, but you make it look so good.

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    1. Thank u, Ann. It was an interesting experiment. Watercolour on big papers requires energy and guts. Cheers, Sadami

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  5. congratulations! I am happy for you :) I like the night scene and the 'wibble -wooble' buildings ;)

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    1. Thank u, Meera!!! Hahaha, very happy to know you like dancing buildings. I'll do my best!
      Best wishes, Sadami

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  6. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!! clap clap clap!!!!

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  7. Congrats Sadami!! i'm very happy for you, i love the top one! the composition is so original and the purple color is amazing!

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    1. Thank you, Mari! Yes, originality and colour use is the key. I'll keep up.
      Cheers, Sadami

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  8. Sadami es usted una persona muy amorosa y sus acuarelas son estupendas, se merece un gran éxito en su nuevo desafió

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    1. Gracias, Beatriz! DISFRUTARÁ de desafíos. Tú, también, disfruta de dibujo y pintura.
      Mis mejores deseos, Sadami

      Thank you, Beatriz! I'll ENJOY challenges. You, too, enjoy drawing and painting.
      Best wishes, Sadami

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      Sadami is you a very loving person and his watercolors are great, deserves a great success in her new challenge

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  9. Sadami, that's a great feedback, I'm so happy for you!
    Yah, straight lines of buildings, I hear you. I've been struggling with those lately and don't much enjoy the drawing part either. But your aerial city view came out very nice, and at this large size!
    Have a very productive and successful week!

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    1. Thank u, Blaga! Oh, you and me have a same feeling about architecture. But that landscape above is a bit different from a simple sketch. I organised them all. An interesting experience gave us confidence. Let's try it! I enjoy working on! You, too, have a wonderful and productive week!!
      Best wishes, Sadami

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  10. Congratulations dear Sadami, with the great feedback. So beautiful and deserved. I love the purple painting with the buildings. A beautiful point of view! Afcourse you will be forgiven if you are not posting on regular basis. Do what gives you most fun; paint!
    Have a very nice week and lots of succes:) Hugs!xx

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    1. Thank you, Renate, you're always so nice and caring! Yes, I'm working hard!! You, too, enjoy drawing and painting.
      Best wishes, Sadami

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  11. Your perspective is so good! I love the way the city hugs the page. Great sneakers too!

    Your comment about the disability is interesting. It is one of those things that folks don't say - kind of taboo, even if true. I am reasonably sure that part of my creative drive is the result of having an autistic son. Unfortunately the benefit is all mine, and not his.

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    1. Hi, Dan, thank you for cheers. Interesting to hear your feedback on my thought of disability. My disability motivates me to get into art and also blogging. I appreciate my linguistics professor's suggestion ages ago, "Write your thoughts and blog it." To advocate the voiceless and to encourage weary hearts, I'd love to blog. In addition, friends call me a cover girl of "positive." Hahaha!!!
      Cheers, wink, wink, Sadami

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  12. The night scene is magnificent! Love the shoes too!
    Your thoughts about disability are indeed interesting. I agree so much! I would not have started painting again if it wasn't from a time of hardship, in a different way from yours. Keep staying so positive and be a wonderful role model for us!

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    1. Thnak u for warm encouragements. I do not know if my thoughts of disability is unique or interesting. It's a part of me, my identity. How could you deny it? If it's indentity, why not love it and appreciate it? Self-denial and hatered is wrong. BTW, sorry, my unsuficient understanding of your sentence above, but you seem to have difficulty to get on painting. Painting reveals our inner world. Take it easy.
      Best wishes, Sadami

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  13. Hola, Sadami!!
    Esa visión desde las alturas es maravillosa y sus colores espectaculares. Al contemplar tu dibujo, no se puede evitar volar.
    Un abrazo!!

    :)

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    1. Gracias, J.Paz!!! No, no puedo volar, pero la imaginación y creativa son mis alas! Por supuesto, también, tengo a todos. Conservaré ilustración del libro del cuadro.
      Mis mejores deseos, Sadami

      Thank you, J.Paz!!! No, I cannot fly, but imagination and crativity are my wings! Of course, you, too, have them all. I'll keep up picture book illustration.
      Best wishes, Sadami

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      Hello, Sadami!
      That view from the heights is wonderful and spectacular colors. Contemplating your picture, you cannot fly.
      A hug!
      :)

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    2. Hi, Sadami. I think that the translation failed. My words said that contemplating your colours it's inevitable to fly. It's beautiful.
      My best wishes!

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    3. Oh, thank you so much!!!! Best wishes, too, for you.

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