Lovely Lolita’s

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This is a flower that I came up with in my head along with the name. It may look like an existing flower so I may have taken inspiration from that – I don’t know. The pink bleeding color is actually a little darker than the picture depicts but not much. But when I go really dark, it always ends up with streaks or looks funny. Still working on that.

I used Magenta, Indian Yellow, Hooker’s Green, and Pthalo Green by Daniel Smith.

Any critiques? Please be nice. 🙂

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Playing Around With Brusho

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Here are some colorful trees I did using Brusho. I love how it’s not restricting and how it bursts with color. I’ve got to be careful though because I can get carried away with it. 🙂

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Changed My Style A Little Bit – Simple Flowers – Watercolor

Simple Flowers 2 on Fine Art America

Simple Flowers 2 on Fine Art America

I decided to change things up a bit and use softer colors and strokes on this watercolor. This one looks sort of oriental-like, I think anyway. It doesn’t have bold colors but I think it’s pretty. What do you think?

 

Scott Weiland – Stone Temple Pilots Watercolor

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Scott Weiland – Stone Temple Pilots – R.I.P.

This is one watercolor in a series of three in tribute to Scott Weiland of Stone Temple Pilots, may he rest in peace. This is a ‘snapshot’ taken from my favorite song and video, “Sour Girl.” See video below and try to spot what scene I painted. To see all three in the series, go to my website. http://carol-crisafi.pixels.com/

Cowboy Kim Watercolor Painting – Music Inspirational Series

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I created a new gallery that is inspired by music. I pick a lyric from a song and paint it. This painting above is inspired by a song called “Big Mess” by Devo. Continue reading