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Still whiting out the parts that are supposed to be white in the original artwork. I should try using watercolor blocks next time so there will be no wrinkles. 😒 this is frustrating to edit. I get so obsessed with details. I should really finish this now. #workinprogress #wip #watercolor #abstract #blue #pink #detail #painting #art #editing #postprocess #artistoninstagram #artph #notsurewhatimdoing #ihopethisturnsoutwell
It’s actually what I’d like to call an accidental art.
To my eyes it is. I really like the way it looks, so it stays in my “Featured Work”.
I did it when I was in my first year of college.
I had mixed too much black and pink poster paints. I don’t want any paint to go to waste so I grabbed an empty thick drawing paper to paint on. I was just making mindless strokes. Mindless – because I made it without thinking.
So far I feel much better doing an artwork like that. It usually starts looking like a mess, then somewhere along the way, it sparks an idea. Then I’d see something then I’d do that thing.
Here, I saw a bike.
I didn’t get to scan the thing until years later…. and it now has yellow spots.
I had to scan twice because the paper was a bit larger than my scanner’s glass.
Trying to restore and edit photos to be used for a slideshow me and my cousin is making in memory of our grandmother.
So, no artwork for the day. This is more important. 😛