When it all falls apart. The watercolors have gone 20 different ways.
And none of them were your way.
“What a lovely feeling to know, that I’ll wake up and have a fresh start tomorrow!”
Fresh Start with Watercolors
But it has such lovely, encouraging quotes I decided to use it anyway.
I thought, I was up to handle a challenge! I’d put up with thin cartridge like paper. Deal with it, work with it. “Partner with it.”
The first painting was shocking. You don’t see it do you! No.
But I’m not going to beat myself up either. These things happen.
Drawing The Jungle Leaves
Right now, my new drawing is done at least.
And I like it. I used a big bold black permanent marker to draw with while looking out at my back garden.
We have a giant strelitzia nicolai growing and I love its massive, jungle like leaves.
This plant grows super tall 15 – 20 feet or more. About 6 meters. It has delicate pale butter cream blooms not orange. With lovely lilac purple accents and pod.
It was a gorgeous Mother’s Day gift from my family a couple years ago. They had no idea I’ve been wanting one for 15 years. It was a great surprise. …. Gift giving. Love, in another form.
Back to my watercolor mess.
I had to read the quote below…. many times.
I think it is strange. Some days I pick up the brush and presto! Its like magic and I’m in the zone and I’m loving the feeling.
Other days. Its about as productive as collecting unicorns.
I’m just being frank.
So then, I read the quote.
The quote by Elizabeth David reads:
Tomorrow was invented
to give you a fresh start
on whatever doesn’t go well today.
I hope you love this quote as much as I do!