Anyway, this is actually a program I really believe in so when she talked about it and incorporated that into the challenge I knew it wasn't one I wanted to skip. I used my watercolors to add some bright splashes and I like it even if it isn't my "normal" style.
Here is a duotangle for the Diva's Challenge #172, Auraknot and Mooka. I mssed up my auraknot but I like it enough to keep it!
Ok, and now... The guitar.
This was a Father's Day gift for my dad.
Here are some completed shots and then I'll add in a ton of wip pics too.
(not all photos are even worth looking at but I wanted them for my own reference in the future)
Here it is all displayed after I gave it to him.
And here is a better shot of it all completed.
There is meaning in every stroke on that guitar, from the little dipper that you won't notice behind the tree branches to the stars over the moon, which my dad taught me to draw, sitting on his lap at my Grandparents house as a little girl.
There is a campfire and the song around the edges is the music from Country Roads by John Denver, which was my favorite song to listen to him play when I was a little girl. I called it my camping song. There are dandelions for wishes and a quote that says everything.
I'm a lucky girl. I have the best Dad, and I am glad that I could give him a gift that he told me he'll always treasure.
Here's a few WIP pics. I'm a messy artist. :D
Ok, so today is day 16.
Create something that reminds you of your childhood!