Well, it's that time again, when my Challenge Group posts their monthly interpretations of a theme or idea. This month the theme was "Dream". First of all, I'm completely lost when it comes to 'making stuff up' about a painting, and this is why I never thought of myself as a creative person for many years. I started this and was really going places with it, till my loving husband told me I needed to make it 'sparkle' more. OK.... I darkened the background, changed the color, changed it back, repainted the 'steps' on the inside of the stone, changed the shape of the diamond, gave it double claws like a 'real' HW, and then declared it completely dead. If you check the Challenge Blog you'll see I did a Mermaid's Dream. Just thought you'd get a chuckle out of this. No, it's not something I own. I just love sparkles, and.. let's be honest, in real life they're pretty sparkly!
As an aside, I've been paying more attention to my Studio Blog, and, well, Paco's Blog is featuring him and my MARTINI!
This one is NFS (not for sale)
Wow, this is an ambitious project Kelley and I think you did a pretty good job on it. I would not know where to start on something like this! BTW how do you get those perfect circles!!ReplyDelete
dream on baby- you'll get that rock someday
(if only in your dreams)
I saw this started-I love what you have done to pull it together!
You have the best dreams and paintings. Diamonds and cocktails..... I love em both!!! lolReplyDelete
You did an amazing job with this one, girlfriend!!
What a fun little painting! We all love bling- if only in our dreams!ReplyDelete
this is very beautiful!ReplyDelete
But you used a Tiffany blue background :-p Brand confusion!ReplyDelete
Thanks guys, and Nini... you know your Jewelry stores - I didn't think ANYONE would pick up on that!ReplyDelete
You should've told your hubby the best way to make the painting more accurate and sparkly would be to have a real-life reference to work with!
This is a super cool painting. Wonderful.ReplyDelete
Don't you hate that, when you go to change ONE thing about a painting, which requires another change, which requires another...ad infinitum.
You were just commenting on my Jaipur 6 post while I was editing the text! Straaaange... Your name's in the post now. :)