Friday, April 17, 2015

Grumpy Man

Grumpy Man
by
Janet C. Fish


Thursday, April 16, 2015

Plot Twist!

Plot Twist
by
Janet C. Fish

This picture was inspired by a friend who said Plot Twist! when I was talking about how I was trying to change my life, get back to a stronger self, etc.  It struck me as exactly what it is when we need, want, or just get plot twists in the ongoing stories of our lives.

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Friday, April 10, 2015

What captured their attention?

What on Earth are They Looking At?
by
Janet C. Fish


Sunday, March 29, 2015

Experiment with new supplies.

Untitled
by
Janet C. Fish

This picture was so fun to do.  I am playing around with Brusho Colours. They are fun to play with.  I need practice.  This picture was largely a bunch of mistakes, but hey, it was
great fun.  Then I did one last night and think I will have to work hard to make it into 
something better.  Once in a while I screw up.  Well, probably more often than once in a while. At any rate, this was great fun, and I chuckle at the outcome.


Monday, March 23, 2015

Coffee Angel

Coffee Angel
by
Janet C. Fish

This is new to me. Using coffee grounds on the picture.  In this picture I did a background with watercolor pencils.  Then when it was time to do the water wash on it, I'd put coffee grounds on the picture.  What you see is how it came out on both pictures.  Who knew coffee stains could be that pretty?  Evidently a lot of people.  LOL  But I just found out about this to this degree anyway.

This is only a very small part to the big picture.  I may cut it out and put it into a tiny frame.  It is an angel.  It was on the picture exactly how it is, except that I added an outline to emphasize it.  I did not change one thing about it.  I thought it was cool that somehow a little angel showed up in a coffee stain.  


Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Door Knocking

Door Knocking
by
Janet C. Fish

Perception of any pictures I do is 
up to each individual viewer.



Saturday, March 14, 2015

Becoming invisible, slowly ( skull bit )

Disappearing, Bit by Bit
by
Janet C. Fish

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