Oct 8, 2009

Ah... what is this long black slimy thing...!!?



Tanush has been deeply interested in things that have a long flowy look to them.. He likes to catch all kinds of wires, ribbons, scarves anything!! Have to start babyproofing our house.

I didn't have the time to go look for a pencil when I painted this - so this painting is just a plain painting!!! Only watercolors there!

19 comments:

Alex said...

Fantastic work Linisha ^^ It definitely shows all the vital details in the drawing, nice flow of colors, and very artistic at the same time. No outline could be hard but you've nailed it for sure :)

Phyllis said...

I think you have found a whole new way to go with your art - you have a talent for "just plain painting" that makes this page sing.

marancat said...

This is great - so clever to do that without a pencil to draw some guide lines. What a lovely, spontaneous sketch.

Naarya said...

wow! i must it say this is fantastic....u r a get artist girl.!
and for this aussome artist...thr is something on my blog :)

Tammy said...

Great job catching the moment! They're so precious at that age.

Ann said...

This is beautifully done! I love how you have captured such a sweet moment. It's perfect the way it is. No line drawing needed.

raena said...

You've definitely done a wonderful job here! Good job using what was handy!

Alyice said...

Been there, done that. My kids put grapes in the VCR player. LOL

That is an adorable way to capture a precious moment.

Gary said...

Lovely. The approach is pure media too, like letting the paint do its thing. Wonderful.

Ellen said...

So simple and yet so expressive!

Deborah said...

Fabulous job! you really captured the moment here.

alissa said...

I really like this one. Wonderful tone and use of white. This is no 'plain painting' at all.

Possum Patty said...

I find pictures of the backs of people very interesting....it's like unbeknownst to them you are observing both them and what they are looking at. Great capture.

Barbara Roth said...

I love the softness of the way you applied your paint and the feeling you captured in this painting. I would definately do more paintings in this style without the pencil, it is charming.

Ramona said...

Lovely. Your art is so expressive. Keep painting.

Bri said...

This is excellent! I love this.

Linisha said...

@All... Thanks for your lovely comments..I am thinking of trying this once more - I hope it works out each time, as much as it did this time
@Alyice.. Hmm, ya looks like it is only the beginning! One of my friends' son put in bread-toast into their DVD player! :) :)
@Naarya.. Thanks!!!!! For so many awards!! Love it!! :)

Rahul Viswanath said...

Impressed Shal ...... Way to go !!!

freebird said...

You should do this more often. Wow.

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