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Monday, March 15, 2010

Finished daVinci

I have finished my rendering of the daVinci that I began some time ago. I can see all the dissimilarities, but I am not altogether displeased. I have been remiss in both drawing and blogging (so long as you don't count the three I posted today.) for the past couple of weeks and am trying to make sure to find time for both in my days.



I am working on a BIG project trying to get a business blog off the ground. It is a lot more work and financial investment than I thought it would be, but still doesn't have the overhead a brick and mortar store would have. I am trying to get good photos of the products that we have and get the necessary interface working smoothly. Watch for an announcement soon.

I am also working on some downloadable patterns for backgrounds for you card makers and mixed media artists out there. You know I am having a ball working playing with Photoshop, but it sure does eat up the time. For now, I'd better go get some work done. I didn't get to bed until about 5 this morning and don't want a repeat of that tonight.

xoxo

9 comments:

  1. Your rendering of Da Vinci's work is just wonderful. Can see you put in a lot of hard work there. Good luck with the new business venture and looking forward to the new announcement. Again, you impress us all ... :) Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Beautifully done! :) You've got almost everything right, and I am wondering what's next too.

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  3. They may not be identical but your sketch is beautiful! You did an excellent job...thanks for sharing!
    hugs
    arlene

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  4. You did a great job. The tilt of her head is different making her look more different than she is. Very nice.

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  5. Vicki, I'm so proud of what you've achieved! You did an excellent job with this drawing. The differences just make her your own! hugs, nancy

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  6. Good work there. These type of drawings are not easy to do.

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  7. You did a terrific job on this. And I am sure you learned a lot.

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  8. Very well done, Vicki. Faces and horses are the hardest to draw. I think I told you that before. Lol.

    Your courage in taking on any project and sharing your progress with all of us are inspiring.

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