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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

May19, A "marble" EDiM for Sydney Sketch Club

Friends, I post two imgaes : one is children playing marbles and another is my wash with a wrap technique. Rhonda, your guess is very close, but I wanted to make a girl a hero in the work! Have you ever played a marbles game? If not, you're young. Once, we were addicted to this game! Marbles are beautiful. I still love to look at them. Vintage games are vanishing from the earth in this digital era. I hope children will enjoy old fashioned games with friends in sunshine, not with computers in a dark room.
This wrap technique is interesting, but I've been searching for a suitable scene to use it in my own work. Have you ever used it in your art work? If any, I'd like to know it. A result always reminds me of marble. It was good to review the learned technique. 

A tomorrow's theme is a "mattress." 

Friends, Happy Painting! 


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8 comments:

  1. I believe you must have the most dedicated work ethic I've ever witnessed, Sadami ! Always producing new work and sharing productive thoughts!

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind cheers. I hope myself to do my best in work. Best wishes, Sadami

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  2. Sadami, the marble painting is lovely and I do like the young lady doing her thing. I bet the wrap technique would be good for making the look of marble stone in a landscape or kitchen countertop scene. I've never tried this myself. Yours is lovely.

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    1. Dear Carol, SSC members love my illustrations, especially, children. I'm thinking of using a wrap tech for something moody in illustration or a still life. Kind regards, Sadami

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  3. Love your marbles painting and the expressions on their faces - yes, I played marbles!... it got banned at our school though, not sure why. I think it got too competitive and children were fighting and stealing each others marbles - rough school! I have tried that technique, but not used it in a painting that I can remember.

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    1. Thank u, Cathy for sharing your childhood story! In my childhood, mainly boys played it, not girls. So, I chose a girl for my image. These experiences are very precious information sources for illustration. Yes, I've been searching for any suitable illustraion etc for that tech. Kind regards, Sadami

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  4. You are a treasure trove of ideas for sketches --so much originality and creativity!!! And I agree with katherine Thomas that you must have most dedicated work ethic! More power to you and thanks so much for sharing your talents!

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    1. Oh, so sweet Meera, thank you so much! Originality and creativity should be the engine for our work. Otherwise it will not either shine or stand out. Also, yes, drawing gives me a great joy. I'm so happy to draw and paint anything. Best wishes, Sadami

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