16 December 2016

Pods...



Ik vond deze peulen en maakte er een aquarelschets van.
Geen idee hoe de boom heet waar ze aan groeien. Weet jij het?
Ik heb een schilderplek geimproviseerd in de woonkamer, dus ik kan weer schilderen. :)

I found these pods and made a watercolour sketch of them.
I have no idea what the name is of the tree they grow on. Do you know? 
I improvised a painting spot in the living room, so I can paint again! :)


12 comments:

  1. I'm so sorry to hear about your water damage....and hope everything is back to norm. Very nice painting even though these little beauties are not attractive!,,,, hahahahaha. i hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and healthy New Year!!!!

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  2. Haha, Hilda, no not very attractive, but intriguing I thought. :) Wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  3. lovely rich sketch judy ... i've painted similar pods ...initial i thought they were similar to carob pods

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  4. they are much thinner ... i will let you know if i find out

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  5. very well captured..even such a simple subject

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  6. Watercolors are so portable, I'm happy you are painting again! Really beautiful little pods! I have seen them but don't know the name.

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  7. You made them really pretty :-) Well done .

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  8. So much color in these pods - you have transformed them so beautifully!

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  9. Lovely work, Judy! Celebrate it and... let's have soup?! Cheers, wink, wink, Sadami

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  10. How unusual, but I love these pods you can almost feel how brittle they are

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  11. really like the pods....have seen them before but I have no idea of the name of the tree either.

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  12. Dear Judy I don't recognize what tree these pods would be. Just love the colors you used to give them a rich texture. Hope you have a beautiful Christmas filled with much joy. Hugs!

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