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Tuesday, February 07, 2012

It's a Drizzly Day...

Today it's a bit rainy and drizzly...about 50º and gray outside. The perfect day to stay inside and do some artsy stuff.

First off here's a quicky sketch I did last night...


Nothing great, just practicing sketching a face.

In the stamp carving class (link over on the right side) I'm a little behind but that's okay. Here's a frame that I carved. Sorry about the stamping job. I didn't get it inked too good.


And here's a Celtic knot design I did...


I like that I can just continue stamping with it
 and make it as long as I want.

Not much else I can show you. I'm working on a swap with a couple of blog friends...later I'll be able to show you what I did for that. Now I think I'll sketch a few more faces...

13 comments:

  1. nothing like a wet misty day to inspire you to create! it's been raining here all summer. truly. I feel waterlogged!

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  2. Everyone really seems to like the Stamp Carving class!

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  3. Happy rainy day, Janet! Raining here too.. Your stamp designs are PERFECT!

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  4. Hi Janet
    I just love your face, you are really becoming adept at these. I would love to draw faces like this.
    And your stamps are great. How terrific that you can do your own designs and I rather like the less inked look. Well done.
    Lee:)

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  5. I love your stamps, and that face, oh if only

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  6. Nothing great? Are you kidding? She's lovely! Really love your stamps too. Both will be so useful, I'm sure.

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  7. Hello Janet!
    We never saw a drip down here... just gloomy all day. :[
    I don't mind the clouds, if they are going to let down some water to clean our air.
    (LOL)
    Really enjoy seeing your craved stamps.
    The frame, now that is a beauty! :]
    Take care. ((hugs))

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  8. Hi Janet...Sorry, I haven't been by, I have been obsessed with the lettering class and making quilt blocks . I love your stamps...that's a wonderful Celtic knot stamp. The face is looking great...I can't wait to see how you do her hair.

    I hope your hubby is all better. I understand that Kidney stones are very painful.
    Mary

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  9. I love your stamps that you made!!!! I wish I had time to play and make some for myself. Work sucks ~ I never have time to play:(
    Hugs to you Janet.
    Kelly

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  10. The stamps, especially, are beautiful! How wonderful to make your own!

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  11. I love your art work!

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  12. No rain here, or snow, just crisp cold sunny days. The best winter for years!
    I love your stamps. Good work. We used to do lino cuts at school, and then make prints, is that the same sort of thing?
    hugs

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  13. Wow, wow, wow...your stamps are AMAZING...seriously.

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