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Rabbit rabbit rabbit

Hi everyone 

Hope you've been keeping well since my last post. 

I've been attending art group still and learning new techniques as I go. 

I've done a few paintings since I shared my owl one, which I'll be sharing later this month, but here is my recent completed one from start to finish. I used watercolours from Royal Langnickel and water soluble oil pastels which were really cheap from The Works, fur texture created with KohINoor pencils and Posca white pen. Hope you like it. Here's some close ups and the finished project all framed up.

Starting to watercolour the background
and the background and watercoloured bunny beginning to add detail
 Close up of the detail using the Kohinoor pencils
 Hello there.....just look at the texture on the fur.


 I achieved the background flowers by just dabbing a paint brush in multi colours and then dabbing them onto the paper after adding brush strokes of green for the stems and grass.
 Boo......just look at my beautiful eyes.
 and my little twitchy nose
 And here is the finished picture now it's been framed with the added little birds in the sky

I hope you like my wild rabbit/hare that I've created.  Please look in next week when I'll be sharing another make with you.

I'd like to enter the following challenges:
Come & Get It Challenges Anything Goes (ends 25th March)
Corrosive Challenges - Number 3 March (ends 2nd April)
Mixed Media World Challenge (ends 7th April)
OLLCB Challenge 224 (ends 25th March)
All Sorts Challenge Blog -Anything But A Card (ends 25th March)



Take care

Tanya xxx





Comments

Tarja said…
Super cute rabbit!
Oh, he is SOOOO adorable!! You did a fabulous job with all the detail, he looks like he's going to jump right off the paper and give a nuzzle <3 Thanks for playing along with us at Come and Get It challenges this week!
Susan DT
brenda said…
This is superb piece of artwork and a perfect creation for our 'Anything but a Card" theme at Allsorts, many thanks for joining in .

B x
Jane Willis said…
Stunning! The texture on the fur is wonderful, absolutely spot on, and what a gorgeous expressive face the bunny has.
Thanks for sharing at Ooh La La Creations
Jane
aussie aNNie said…
A beautiful creation displayed and a gorgeous colour combo for our challenge this time at ALLSORTS challenge for the theme, "ANYTHING BUT A CARD", hope to see you again. ♥[aNNie DT for Allsorts Challenges]
Your project gives me hope that Spring is almost here! Very well done watercolor piece - I absolutely adore his beautiful eyes! Thank you for sharing your talent with us at Mixed Media World!
Craftnut said…
Thanks for joining us at allsorts Tracy x
Jane Savage said…
Wow, Tanya he is AWESOME!!!! I envy your artistic talent I really do!
Hope you're well! xxx
Gabriela Ulate said…
A spectacular project, thanks for participating The Corrosive Challenge B. Luck.

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