This was done jump started by this months Christmas card Prompt seen here in the special forums set aside for Fan Club members for July this year. I had a little scrap of this thinner weight textured watercolor paper on the table after I did the CAS one for the WC challenge the other day and decided to use it, our humidity has been so low that paint is drying nearly instantly here and I knew I would not be getting much flow and so, I also did not you know go over my faded pinkish bricks again although I did consider it, I did not want them to be "too dark" I did add some splotches of pale gray to the window panes though for a "reflection/glare" not sure how effect that was but, the white is actually bleed proof ink. Thanks for this challenge Angie, & tfl.
Date: Thursday, June 30, 2022 GMT Views: 199
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Sun, Jul 10, 2022 @ 4:23 PM
Oh, I love this, Stacy. The partial scene of the house and that pretty tree are awesome. I can give you some humidity if you want some. If we have a 101 temp, the feel like is 108. The humidity has been bad. I think this week will be better. I use the Bleed Proof White a lot on my winter and Christmas cards.
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Tue, Jul 19, 2022 @ 9:40 AM
Well done, Stacy! The brick looks like it has weathered in place forever, and I'm trying to decide if I'm seeing a few cracks in those windowpanes or just a few spiderwebs hidden from view most times by the stately pines ( they'd be webs at my house)
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