My heart goes out to all of you who are suffering one way or another because of the blizzard and flooding on the east coast. Many people have suffered injuries from shoveling snow or car accidents, so be careful out there.
On the other hand, it was fun seeing all the folks out walking right through downtown New York City and the families enjoying the thrill of sledding down the Capitol steps and around various city hills that had never seen that kind of activity before. It's an interesting aside to note that (given the same physical abilities) there are those who chose to remain housebound and miserable and those who chose to get out and enjoy the delights the situation offered.
Sorry, where was I? Please have a seat.
I have finally started attending my online watercolor classes! Whoop! Boy, has that ever been weighing me down. And you thought it was just the chocolates, dinnit you?
The oldest class in the queue is a class taught by my exceptionally talented friend Deepti Malik of Dee's Art Utopia. The class is being offered by Craftsy and it's worth every penny. Deepti is clear and concise and covers a ton of information and techniques. And I'm only halfway through the course!
I thought I would share some of my homework with you. All of these cards were made using pan watercolors, either KGT or Dollar Store.
Cityscape Nightline die by Memory Box.
NBUS Mwah sediment by CAS-ual Fridays Stamps.
And finally, for this session, a peep-hole birthday card:
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