Cori, the red you are using to get that stunning colour, what is it? Is it paint, a pen or....??? I'm dying to know what you draw and/or paint with.
love them both cori, but i just totally adore that first one!!! and the words above her head are so fitting for the piece. are you going to be offering this one for sale or at least prints?blessings & hugs,paulette
yes. once i get organized (after my massive deadline) i will post the originals for sale on my other websitewww.coridantini.comas for color/painti use m. graham watercolors (mostly)and i think... but no promises, that the red you are talking about is quinacridone red. i love it. not terribly light fast in the long run, but delicious! the other color i love is quinacridone rose (cheek color) and they have a fab green gold as well.i also just recently discovered the copic markers. LOVE them too.
Oh my goodness, these are so charming!Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving a comment about Orchard Farm. The pumpkin ginger sounds amazing - and so perfectly warming in the midst of winter!
Love her hair and the face of the bird in the lower picture.
I just love your birdies!