Sunday, February 27, 2011

the evolution of a sketchbook page

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33 comments:

  1. you are a busy girl!! I like this very much

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  2. So Cool! Thanks for that neat video

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  3. As usual, I enjoyed your sketching post. I love the colors you used. You have inspired me...again. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Beautiful!

    xoxo,

    colormenana.blogspot.com

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  5. Wow! Simply amazing. Thank you so much for this inspiring video. One day, I swear one day I am going to dig out my shells from Seaside and try watercolor. Maybe tomorrow?

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  6. P.S. Loved the music, too!

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  7. Enjoy the sea shells!
    Wonderful work.

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  8. Thanks for the video and merci pour la musique !

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  9. ¡¡¡¡ FABULOSO !!!!!!! TU VIDEO
    Eres fantastica!!!!! Una admiradora desde Spain. Anna

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  10. loved the video! it was so awesome!
    I wish I could hang your sketches on my walls! they're wonderful!!
    <3

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  11. Divine!Again you make it seem easy!You are so talented!AriadnefromGreece!

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  12. Thank you so much for taking the time to make this! It was beautiful to see you at work and you've left me feeling inspired.

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  13. whyducks8:00 AM

    inspiring.

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  14. Thank you for sharing. I just adore seeing how other artists work. Love this page! The shells are just lovely and the whole feel of it is great :)

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  15. I LOVED the video! It was so helpful for me and me a lot about using watercolors, combining watercolors with other mediums, and creating a sketchbook page. Before watching your video, I never knew how to use watercolors. My pages always ended up falling apart with all the water, and I thought I had to wait forever for one color to dry before adding others. I'm not patient, so I've always preferred acrylics. However, you inspired me!

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  16. no words... you're great!
    I have just noticed how important are the words in your compositions, also as graphic elements, I mean...

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  17. I am new to your blog and I am lovin' the inspiration. Today I learned a couple of techniques I will try next time I pull out my watercolors....which might have to be soon! Thanks.

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  18. Gorgeous page!!! Love it!!!

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  19. you sort of make me sick. but in a good way.

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  20. Thanks so much for the video, it has inspired me to get my shells out and sketch them. I have loved seeing your process and the many layers that make up the final page. Much appreciated
    Lee:)

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  21. I love this video.
    The colors are delicious - - - and watching your process is magnetic.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  22. I {heart} the colors and loved seeing the process in the video! Thanks for a great share! :>

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  23. Wow, thanks for sharing that! It makes it seem so much more accessible! I guess I always just assume that drawing/painting is a one-shot deal, and if it doesn't look "right" immediately, then I must be a complete failure. It's good to know that's not the case!!
    Back to the sketchbook for me... :)

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  24. nakcus6:39 AM

    I LOVE this video! Thank you for sharing. You are so talented!

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  25. oh, you make it look so easy! :)

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  26. I really enjoyed that!

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  27. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  28. that video was awesome!! I have always wondered how your sketchbook pages begin and take shape :D
    thanks SO MUCH!!

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  29. really enjoyed seeing the work progress

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  30. lovely video, i really enjoyed that. Thanks Alisa!

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  31. Hi Alisa -- thank you so much for the video. I hope you read this comment because i have a question. What is the tool you are using to paint on your watercolors? It looks like a brush - marker combo that you refill?

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  32. This is great! I'm an artist at heart. And a perfectionist. And really pretty insecure about my art. I've never been able to really keep a sketch book because the combination above is not necessarily conducive to quick sketching. But I think I'll try again. You're inspiring. Thanks.

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  33. How can I find out what music is playing during this video? I love it (and your sketching of course!).

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