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Monday, March 19, 2018

1) Wave Heads 2) A great response to Prof Hawking image on FB

Very strong winds bashed/blew up wave heads at Narrabeen. The splashes and yellow orcher sand amused me. Can you believe that Sydney, it was more than 40'? In this sketch, paints got very quickly in a hot air or too soon. I tried three sketches on spot and learned the importance of speed to create washes in an extremely warm weather. Not easy, but I've got some clues. I want to challenge the blown up waves' heads more. 

After the sketching, I enjoyed a long distant swimming. Come over, Sydney! Many blogger friends in a northern hemisphere have begun to feel the visit of spring. I hope you'll enjoy capturing waves by watercolour in an upcoming supper.  
Thank you very much for a great response and many "likes" on my Prof Hawking portrait both on my Facebook and the post shared by Accessible Arts NSW on Facebook. Accessible Arts NSW  and I are very happy. I hope the image will bring others hope.    
Now, I'm working on projects, research and roughs.  
Friends, you, too, enjoy life. Happy Painting!    
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    1. Oh, muchas gracias, Beatriz. Lo siento, el comentario fue suspendido en un lugar diferente. Lo encontré solo hoy. Pero muchas gracias por su amable comentario que me hace tan feliz.
      Mis mejores deseos, Sadami

      Oh, thank you very much, Beatriz. So sorry, the comment was suspended in a different place. I found it just today. But thank you very much for your kind comment that makes me so happy.
      Best wishes, Sadami
      >>>>>>>>>>>>Beatriz Abel said...
      Beautiful watercolor, bravo!

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  2. FABULOSO!!!! Sadami, siempre que pintas el mar y especialmente las olas, quedo maravillado de tu arte! Unos trabajos increíbles, que me gustaría saber pintar. Lo he intentado pocas veces, porque aunque mi casa esté frente al Mediterráneo, a 350 metros de altitud y con grandes vistas, no me acerco al mar. Cuando estoy en casa, me da mucha pereza bajar. Y generalmente cuando estoy cerca de la playa, nunca hay olas!!!
    Te felicito por esta pintura sobre olas!!!! Y no es la primera vez que veo pinturas sobre olas de ti y me llama la atención. Cada vez que pintas este tema suelo exclamar: OOOOOOOOOHHHHH!
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Muchas gracias, tan amable Joshemari. No hay magia en mi pintura. El tiempo es vital para crear coladas de acuarela. Por lo tanto, trabaje rápidamente y encuentre el mejor momento para hacer un punto de fuga. El balance de color es esencial, también. Explora los colores como quieras Solo dibuja como quieras. "Trabajar en tu propio estilo" es importante. Saludos cordiales, Sadami

      Thank you very much, so kind Joshemari. There's no magic in my painting. Timing is vital in creating watercolour washes. So, work quickly and find the best timing to make a vanishing point. Colour balance is essential, too. Explore colours as you like. Just draw as you like. "Work on your own style" is important. Kind regards, Sadami

      >>>>>>>>>>> Joshemari said...
      FABULOUS!!!! Sadami, whenever you paint the sea and especially the waves, I am amazed by your art! Some incredible works, that I would like to know how to paint. I've tried it a few times, because even though my house faces the Mediterranean, 350 meters above sea level and with great views, I do not go near the sea. When I'm at home, I'm too lazy to go down. And generally when I'm near the beach, there are never waves !!!
      I congratulate you for this painting on waves! And it is not the first time I see paintings on waves of you and it catches my attention. Every time you paint this theme I usually exclaim: OOOOOOOOOHHHHH!
      A hug.

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  3. Dear Sadami, your waves are beautifully done. I've only done one painting that was with a time restraint as I was painting an object with the sun on it early in the morning and the sun was coming up quickly. It was about 20 min. to capture it in acrylics. Quite the challenge for me as I was very new to painting. I grabbed my camera to take a few photos to finish the painting from. Such fun! I do hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Thank u very much, kind Carol. Me, too, a novice to painting and life long learner. If you can work with acrylics, it would be lovely. You can teach me how to do it. Enjoy photographs. Best wishes, Sadami

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  4. What a gorgeous painting, Sadami! I love everything about it!
    Wonderful portrait of Prof. Hawking, too. It's understandable why you received such a great response.

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    1. Thank u very much, Chris, your batik work is interesting. Enjoy your art activities. Best wishes, Sadami

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  5. Dear Sadami - gorgeous painting of the wave heads and your illustration of Prof. Hawking is superb! Hope you have a great week. Hugs!

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    1. Thank u, sweet Debbie! You, too, enjoy your life fully and art activities. Best wishes, ((Hugs)), Sadami

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  6. The wave is beautiful and also this sea foam blown with the wind. Marvellous!

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    1. Dear kind Agnieszka, thank u very much!! Waves and winds have life. Fun to capture their dances on paper. You, too, enjoy life! Best wishes, Sadami

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  7. Such wonderful posts and sketches/paintings! I had not visited your blog the past few weeks and so much good stuff to feast on :) take care and all the best !

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    1. Thank u very much, Meera! You've been supporting me and encouraging me for ages. You, too, keep up a wonderful work and enjoy your life. You, too, take care. Best wishes, ((Hugs)), Sadami

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  8. These waves inspire me. I need to take a break and sit on the beach with my watercolours. Fabulous work Sadami.

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    1. I know, AK, you can capture waves in your own way. You have a wonderful eye to observe a subject. Have fun! Best wishes, Sadami

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  9. Wow, that sea looks really stormy and churned up - I love your sea paintings. Your tribute to Prof Hawkins too, showing his positivity and sense of humour - insightful!

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    1. Oh, so sweet Cathy, thank u! Come over Sydney and let's sketch waves together. You can teach me how to capture people and city. Best wishes, Sadami

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