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challenge #136 - colour

As I use colour fairly frequently, this week's diva challenge should have been an easy one for me to approach. The problem was I couldn't think of anything that I really wanted to draw - so, not being one to suffer for my art, I just slipped right into my comfort zone and used both my favourite pattern and colour.

Here's my mooka'd up butterfly in shades of purple.



hx

Comments

  1. Wow. Such a beautiful creature. It's amazing how Mooka turned out to be the wings. And I like that you didn't use too many colors. Great work.

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  2. Very impressive in it's beauty!!! Again, I LOVE your work.

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  3. I LOVE it.
    Don't mind your slipping into your comfort zone.
    This is a joy for my eyes.

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  4. Stay in the zone...you do beautiful work there.

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  5. So pretty and elegant! Really embodies what Rick and Maria mean when they talk about the 'elegance of limits'.

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  6. So pretty and charming butterfly!!

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  7. I just love looking at your work Helen.Thank You for sharing your talent.

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  8. It would have taken me two or three looks to notice the butterfly. It's lovely! Wish I could Mooka like some of you. :(

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  9. Brilliant. Just beautiful, Helen. I'm a purple person, as well as a butterfly lover, so you can see that I'd love this.

    I so admire your work; it's so inspiring.

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  10. Your work always has one thing that I find irresistible and that is elegance and graceful line! I really love how you tangle!

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  11. Lovely piece. I love the flow and elegance of this. Your work never disappoints.

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  12. I love all of your work, and this is great.

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  13. My God, how lovely! I admire your work!

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  14. There's only one who can draw this way, Helen! I also took a look at your previous posts, and WOW: you've brought Well to a higher level. So inspirational, thanks for your explanation!

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  15. A very delicate butterfly. I love the simple way you paint and that you know when to stop.
    ;-) Tine from Denmark

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  16. Wow, how does your mind work....I really need some of that mojo! Absolutely beautiful!

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  17. Hello again Helen,
    Cantik (it means 'Beautiful' in Malay Language)
    Keep it up.

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  18. Your butterfly is just beautiful. I am always amazed at how you work so minimally and get so much out of it. I wish I could control my pen to such a lovely flow all your work has.

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  19. Beautiful, Helen. Graceful and elegant, like all your designs.

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  20. gorgeous, so graceful, love all the flowing lines

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