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today we're all painting

Send me a snapshot (or drawing) of you painting today and I'll post it here!
Hooray! Here's the first one in, from Garen Ewing (which he titled 'solitary confinement'):

And another from davario. Thanks, Dave!

Here's a wiped out cordial_kitten!

And it might as well be an oil painting, Alec Longstreth in his Brooklyn studio! Not that I am jealous.

I think nice_cup_of_tea missed the part about being in the shot, so I Wacom-doodled her into Zurich...

And a last one with seanazz in the mirror...


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Apr. 17th, 2008 03:03 pm (UTC)
awww wish I was painting - I'm ripping up carpet today.
Apr. 17th, 2008 03:10 pm (UTC)
That's okay, just do a painting real quick! ;-D
Apr. 17th, 2008 11:29 pm (UTC)
AW! I wish I wasn't at work. This post has tugged my heartstrings!
Apr. 18th, 2008 07:44 am (UTC)
I hope you get to paint when you get home, then! :-)
I love seeing where people do their artwork, it's always so interesting.
Apr. 18th, 2008 09:01 am (UTC)
I need more piccys on my wall. I haven't got many up because I keep thinking I'll be painting the walls soon - but it's obvious that won't happen for a few months yet. Despite the 'solitary confinement' tag, I am engrossed in drawing fun - promise!

Any more to come? I also enjoy nosing at people's drawing places.
Apr. 18th, 2008 09:17 am (UTC)
Your space does look very clean and spartan! I had some pictures on the wall where I work, but there's a lot of light right there and it only takes a little while for anything printed to fade to invisibility! (Ack, I hope I don't fade as well...)

I've just had your photo and Dave's so far, maybe we can go another day and see if anyone else sends in! Or you could start it up on your blog. :-D The Guardian on Saturday does a photo thing on writers' spaces, but I think illustrators' spaces look far more interesting because we're visual types.
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Apr. 19th, 2008 08:51 pm (UTC)
I must say, I prefer the bright orange walls to the more mellow peachy walls. I think I would repaint any other space bright orange like that, it is so lovely. ;-)
Apr. 19th, 2008 11:37 am (UTC)
I must take a photo!
I like very much your illustrations and I read your your journal from time to time.
I'm not a painter or an illustrator but I like painting so much! I use to paint little stones with smiling suns or short poems (not mine!) beacuse I like the idea that a little and useless thing such as a pebble will carry inspiring words or illustrations forever.
I enjoy painting underwear too, but that's another story :)
I have several photos of my works in my flickr page (www.flickr.com/photos/lawoodstock) but I do not have photos of me while I paint... that's sad, I have to remedy!! :)

Have a good day!
La Woodstock
Apr. 19th, 2008 08:42 pm (UTC)
Re: I must take a photo!
Thanks for the kind words! I really like your pebbles and craft pieces, too! I was very impressed how you got the whole Nativity onto a pebble.What does la murusa de loi' and 'la g'ha semper ul sang che boi' mean? That one's also very cute! Really nice style.
Apr. 20th, 2008 06:12 pm (UTC)
Re: I must take a photo!
Thank you very much!!!
I like painting small things. Well, to tell the truth... I am not able to draw big things because I always make mistakes in the proportions ;)
The pebble "La murusa de loi" is 10x5 cm and the sentence is in a dialect from Milan, in Italy. It is an italian proverb and it means "the fiancée you met in July is always hot-blooded"
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