I’m A Tea Totaling Bunny: Daily Art Practice
My column is up over at the StencilGirl blog today. You can see the process and the whole project using stencils HERE.
Daily Art Practice
I worked through one class this week, Blending Entities by Kimberli Johnson on the Etchr Studio Youtube channel. I am interested in illustration and this class was a great intro for me.
I am joining the Tea Day ladies, hosted by Elizabeth. My drink today is wonton soup, minus the wontons. I am nursing a dry socket after my oral surgery so I am on a liquids only diet to prevent food from getting caught in the hole. I drank 5 quarts of this broth over the weekend.
Happy Tea Day,
14 thoughts on “I’m A Tea Totaling Bunny: Daily Art Practice”
Hi Kate, I love seeing your paintings-thanks for sharing, and I bookmarked the lesson.
Ouch pulled teeth are the worse that’s allot of broth-hugs Hope you will be feeling better by Thanksgiving.
Happy T and Happy Thanksgiving hugs Kathy
Teeth can be such a pain! I hope yours heals fast.
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Oh dry sockets are miserable. I hope you are past getting them. Kate. You might have gotten sick of the broth but it’s a good drink as it is tasty. Will you be able to eat by Thanksgiving? I hope so. That’s a lovely illustration too. I hope you have a wonderful T day, week and Thanksgiving too. Hugs-Erika
Ok, I am in love with your darling bunny painting!! Your broth does sound quite good, and healthy too. I should do that every so often for a 24 hour period- just for the goodness of it;) Happy T day!
Your paintings are so wonderful (well, I could´ve needed a warning for the first one, LOL!)
Hope you can go back to normal food again, soon. Best wishes and a happy T-Day 🙂
Oral surgery sounds painful. But I would certainly eat and drink that soup. I love wonton. Your little bunny with the cup and saucer is adorable. I like the expression and the colors you chose.,
I also really enjoyed reading about the scarabs and the Egyptian hieroglyphics background. Your watercolor beetles turned out great.
Thanks for sharing your art and your wonton soup with us for T this Tuesday, Kate. I hope you feel better soon, dear. Happy Thanksgiving.
Fabulous art, as always, that beetle is excellent.: 5 quarts of broth, oh my. I had a liquids only diet when I had the OPs on my Pancreas in April, I know it’s not easy!
Oh my, Kate, I hope that dry socket clears up fast. The soup looks good though. I am sure you are sick of it.
Your art is fabulous – I know I always say Wow, but WOW!!! Amazing.
Happy T-day and happy Thanksgiving. Hugz
Your illustration is just beautiful. I hope your tooth is healing well and no other problems. Happy T Day
Ouch! I hope your recovery goes smoothly.
Happy T Tuesday
I am so sorry about the dry socket. That’s very painful. Sending you healing energy.
Your art is so amazing. That beetle looks like I could reach in and pick it up.
The post on the Stencil Girl blog was interesting – I really like the hieroglyphics stencil and put it on my – already pretty long – wishlist. Lovely bunny. I often struggle with watercolor as well, but it is such a beautiful medium that I just keep on trying (with several breaks in between).
Oh, poor you! That is a painful condition. I hope it gets better soon.
I read your blog on the beetles and the result (of the wet-on-wet) is beautiful. And then Mrs. Rabbit is gorgeous. I’m sure it must be chamomile tea she is drinking (If I remember my Peter Rabbit stories correctly).
Have a great week,
Such great ideas as always. Hope your tooth feels better.