Finch

A Little Ink Time

I finally got some time to paint in the last week, and the lovely summer_queen bought a painting so I had a wonderful excuse to go and back a lot of stuff.

I'm just going to throw a bunch of thumbnails here, and you can click to see what you like, as some of these are experimental, and others. I also have a very nice picture of Jet's tree stuffy as well.



Welcoming PineBambooBlack and White Orchid -- Single FlowerPlum Branches
Bamboo Three StemsBlack and White OrchidPurple ChrysanthemumColor Bamboo and Sparrow
SparrowsIMG_2088Chrysanthemum 1Chrysanthemum Small

Jet's Stuffy
Jet spent a lot of time hand sewing all the leaves onto the tree, and then let me do all the machine stitching. He stuffed it himself and really liked buying and picking out all the pieces, the beads, the colors, and the contrast stitching.

He's now starting an ice cream sandwich stuffy that's very, very cute. Hee. I'll put pictures up of that when you figure it out as well.

It's really fun to help Jet out with what he wants to do, and having him be really confident about sewing what he wants to make.
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I do love how wild your mums are, and I particularly like the plum blossom painting.

(and that stuffed tree is just too cute!)
*giggles* Yes. Jet really loves his stuffed tree. Hee.

I'm glad you liked the plum blossoms, and very glad that you enjoy the mums, as they're just fascinating to paint.
I think the first one with the pine and the coloured mum with the lady bug are my favourites. You do such lovely work.
*beams* Thank you! I have fun with it, now... and it's just... play, which has been good for me.
*grins at the tree stuffy* it's so cute

all the paintings are beautiful ... not sure which one is my favorite though *contemplates*
Wow! You guys are both really talented! I amazed at Jet's sense of color and his meticulousness! I'm glad he enjoys the process and the product! I also love your paintings! The plum blossom one is so beautiful. There is a really wonderful contrast between the wood and the flowers! The branches look like knobbly, old knees but the flowers are so youthful (fresh and vibrant)!