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Sunday, 22 May 2016

Cream tulips.


Another exercise.
Well we had a lovely Sunday seeing people at our exhibition, talking about the art and digressing nicely onto other subjects including William Wilberforce, education and art techniques. Sharing ideas with like minded people is always a joy. In between visitors I have decided to try some direct pen and ink work, as studies I guess, but really as a challenge in concentration and observation. This picture shows some cream coloured tulips, it is rather curious and wonderful to really "look" at the petals, how they look similar yet are all individual, slight differences here and there. What I have done here is to scan the image and the use a computer to add colour. Simple but pleasingly effective. Please feel free to download.

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