Thursday, April 11, 2013

PAINT PARTY FRIDAY

Hi Everyone!
 
It has been a long day. The drive into Eugene is so tiring. So I will make this short. A huge thank you to Eva and Kristin for hosting Paint Party Friday. Please stop by their blog to see all the wonderful artists that exhibit their art.
 
I may have showed this on my blog before but not with PPF. This is what I call "Car Art" Drawings that I do as a passenger on road trips.
Enjoy


Honor and Integrity in Life in Art
Nicole/Beadwright

43 comments:

  1. Wondrous works. . . would love to know her thoughts. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  2. Oh wow... I can't really draw in the car unless it is not moving! Happy PPF!

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  3. Lovely sketch, she looks like she's coming out through the dark

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  4. Very nice! A great way to pass the time! Happy ppf!

    Hugs Giggles

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  5. That is a wonderful piece considering you did it in the car... I could never do that... thanks for sharing it here...xx

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  6. I am simply amazed that you are able to draw that well while riding in a car! I can barely manage with my sketchpad firmly planted on the kitchen table!

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  7. I love your car art! Happy PPF!

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  8. Great car art, very interesting face study! Happy PPF!

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  9. She is looking sorrowful and alone. What happened?
    Happy PPF and hugs
    Erika

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  10. quite a pretty scary drawing Nicole, it must have been an awesome car journey....lol
    Happy PPF, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  11. Great sketch, and a good idea - but I always have to drive myself, so won't try in the car! Valerie

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  12. it's not easy drawing in a moving car...so many bumps and turns and general unsteadiness...well done! Your sketch is lovely!

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  13. I like the colors and lost edges! Lovin the "car art" Happy PPF!

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  14. Very nice sketch Nicole. I like her face. You did a great job for sketching while a passenger. Thanks. Happy PPF!

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  15. intense sketch and equally intense coloring. i see our history and i see us today in this art. i love the hair. the wild abandon, the letting go....love it! happy PPF lovies, samara

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  16. Owwwww...I love this sketch!! I wish I could draw or read in the car...well...ok...I can if it's not moving..hehe

    Hope you are feeling better...still sending those healing thoughts on the wind,

    Triple fingers crossed,
    Regi

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  17. It looks like the face is just emerging out of the page. Great work and Happy PPF!

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  18. love this!!!
    have a lovely day!!

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  19. Wonderful detailed work...I can't read or do anything in a car, I get sick.

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  20. What a powerful image - I don't know how you draw like that in a car. I'm assuming you are not always riding on perfectly smooth roads and the only car on the road -LOL. That is an amazing portrait. HPPF

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  21. I love this face can suggest interesting feelings.

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  22. This would be a fantastic piece of art if done in the studio. It is super wonderful that you did it in a moving car!

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  23. great idea to help with a long trip! the sketch turned out so good too.

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  24. Wow! I feel sick if I look down in the car for only a few moments.. I feel a bit of a whimp looking at what you have been able to achieve in your car drawing! Thanks for your visit :)

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  25. Intriguing and expressive -- the face emerging from the lines conjures up so many thoughts. Lovely!

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  26. I would get sick if I tried to draw in the car...so this is especially well done!
    Rita

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  27. Like a mystery face that looked in through the mist, you saw it for a second before it disappeared...I find it intriguing, intense too...Wow! Amazing!

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  28. Wow! I've doodled and done some iPad drawing in the car, but don't think I could do such a finished looking piece as yours. Blessings!

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  29. she is intriguing. great creativity while on the road:)

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  30. Whoa--you did this in the car??? Wow! Very, very impressed!!

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  31. Wonderful that you did this in the car! Mysterious intriguing face ....

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  32. This is an amazing sketch - I keep having to re- look at it! I have never been able to sketch in the car, it irritates me so much, although maybe if I every owned a car which had decent suspension....
    Cheers,
    Kirstin
    (p.s. thank you for leaving such lovely comments on my PPF painting! I greatly appreciate it!)

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  33. Thank you for healing wishes! I really appreciate them!
    I'm just like Ayala, couldn't draw in a driving car ;-)

    I like the way the face seems to emerge from some dark space. It is very expressive and wonderful.

    Ilona xxx

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  34. Love your beads! Just took a peek through your blog... you live in one of my fav places! When I visit my sister in Eugene I often drive back to Portland (airport eventually) along the coast and last trip I had a yummy meal at a grill down the street from the rubber stamp store in Florence!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog for PPF!
    I just joined your Google+ to keep up with your creative spirit!

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  35. I also find road trips a great time for sketching. I am impressed that you were armed w/colored pencils, though! I usually can dig up only a stray pen or odd pencil for the occasion:-)

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  36. Wow..Nicole, your drawing is beautiful! I love drawing and writing in the car, too. Thank you so much for sharing your fabulous work. ^_^

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  37. This looks fantastic! I cannot draw or write or read while I'm in a car. I get car sick easily.

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  38. Well done you for drawing in the car. Makes me feel sick. HPPF Dxx

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  39. WOW. i'm not sure my "car art" would be this good...i love the angle you chose - and the shading around the face. Fantastic! xox

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  40. wow very powerful and intense, wonderful!

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