Monday, June 30, 2008

Not A Sketch

My daughter was doing some watercolor paintings yesterday while I worked on the quilt. For her last painting, she used a straw and blew blobs of paint around on the paper. It got me thinking about doing that with ink, a project I did in high school. One inspiration led to another, and I wound up with this:



I stopped coloring on it because I didn't want to anymore, not because I felt like it was finished. But it was fun. I was doing the coloring after the ink had dried, after dinner, actually, and my husband and daughter kept seeing things in the blobs and in the spaces between the blobs.



And we are now into the yellows. Almost done, actually. I'm liking it!

1 comment:

Mrs. Mel said...

You are really doing great on this quilt top. You have pattern making down to a science. Yay you!