There's a new piece a brewin'
Months ago a close friend of mine had a birthday. Yay! I thought how wonderful would it be if I did a painting just for her (she does like my work after all). Since then it's been an uphill battle. Not with her, but with the piece.
Many revisions happened, but to me the piece was too stiff and didn't portray the emotion she wanted shown. This piece is to be hung in the house as a reminder of God's strength shown through our weakness. A motivation and assurance for her.
Although the last revision had beauty, movement, and lush detail....it just didn't have the soul or heart I felt needed to be present.
FINALLY the seal broke and we have a heart felt sketch...but not without pain.
If you look real close you can see all of the erase marks. TONS of erase marks. Over and over. I was going to sell the sketch, but with the amount of erasing and the crease that happened by catching the drawing as it fell towards the floor, I don't believe its sell worthy any more.
I also went through some major emotions and physical pain this past week concerning my own walk with God and my faith. But through the love and prayer of those close to me I feel lifted up, and I know all is well, that God is here helping me.
SO now it's time to put it all together. I'm waiting for my new large 14x20 watercolor block in the mail to transfer. Rach, if you're reading this....don't settle on a frame until you see it finished....I believe this is going to be bigger than planned. ;)
The reference for the figure is taken from http://bobbistock.deviantart.com/gallery/27097211#/d1jj6cd with slight modifications (face and her right arm).
Hi Sara I think these pieces are beautiful.....really really beautiful & your friend is just sure to absolutely love it!!!
Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx
They looks so wonderful. Your friend will love it no matter what!!!! ^____^
Your work is beautiful. I bet you'd be surprised at how many people would want to purchase your sketch...eraser marks & all!
My best friend & I was able to see a Mucha exhibit and there were eraser marks in evidence on many pieces. :->
It's very beautiful.
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