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Old 08-06-2013, 01:19 PM   #1 
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Watercolor painting

The other day, I got bored and decided to practice my water color (since it's my worst medium). Because I had no watercolor paper, I decided to paint on a round of salt dough (which was a little bumpy, since I used rock salt in it ) Here it is ^-^


The disk itself is about 3 1/2-4 inches across. Since it turned out well (well, better than my normal watercolor paintings) and I have been trying to find a way to make money, I was wondering if anyone in their right minds would think of buying one from me (just an interest check, don't know if I'd actually be able to sell them, since I don't know much about shipping.) I'd probably sell them for $2-5 (depending on how complicated the betta's position is) plus shipping, if enough people became interested.
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That is SOO CUTE!!!! I love it!!
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Thank you ^-^
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You're welcome. I love how you used salt dough!! Very creative.
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Old 08-07-2013, 04:26 PM   #5 
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It's actually really absoarbant, so it's better than using normal printer paper ^-^

Here's one of Rumplestiltskin that I did today:


Sorry the pics are blurry; the one of him was what I based the watercolor off of, and my camera nearly ran out of batteries by the time I was done with the watercolor.
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It's actually really absoarbant, so it's better than using normal printer paper ^-^

Here's one of Rumplestiltskin that I did today:


Sorry the pics are blurry; the one of him was what I based the watercolor off of, and my camera nearly ran out of batteries by the time I was done with the watercolor.
these are really wonderful and creative! (this one is my favorite of the two though )
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Old 08-08-2013, 02:50 AM   #7 
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Such great talented members we have on the forum !

Those are really awesome, great idea now I am wanting to give it a try...thanks for sharing your art work with us Emparios
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Thank you for the compliment ^-^
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