Figure 11


This one was fun. I found images of a new model.

I was asked,  “How do you know when it’s done?”

The answer: When I like more of it than I dislike and fixing what I don’t like will mess up what I do like.

Or when my timer goes off.

Or I can’t stand looking at the thing any more.

Figure 8


This started out a little rough. Since I didn’t paint yesterday I felt like I forgot how.  It past very quickly though and I’m happy with the way it turned out.

I’m not sure if I’ll get my store fixed over the weekend.  I’m in the middle of the woods,  where I belong.  The internet is spotty.

I almost didn’t do this one.  I had planned to get up early and do two paintings today. I was still grumpy and the rain and my bed called my name.  I think I just needed part of the day to recharge from how busy I’ve been for months as well as, the “incident.”

I finished a really great book titled, A Man Called Ove. I highly recommend it. It is a book of feels though.

I’m about to go back to bed and watch a movie.

Figure 7



Figure 7, 5"x7", watercolor on claybord, ©ElishaDasenbrock2016

Figure 7, 5″x7″, watercolor on claybord, ©ElishaDasenbrock2016

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This one is still wet, hence the glares.

I was all set to take good photos of all the paintings today,  but I found my memory card and card reader.  Of course I did.  It would not be my life if I didn’t purchase a replacement only to find the original immediately after said purchase.

So the time I would have taken and edited pictures was spent driving 45 minutes each way.

Whatever.  It was worth getting $87 back.

Fingers crossed tomorrow is a good day for pictures.