This was the first girly painted of the week and came about because we had just watched "red riding hood" on dvd last weekend and I was totally in the mood for more of miss red and her wolfie's so I got my paint's out.
The reason her hair is like this is pretty funny actually, I managed to spook myself the other week, thinking I had a spider on my arm when all it was was my hair tickling away at my arm, my hair has had a huge growth spurt recently and sometimes I forget how long it is.....silly me ;o)
Anyway I put the 2 together and here she is, little red imagining all sorts of crazy things in the dark woods.
Not content with one little red, I was still in the mood and decided to paint up another. (in fact I could of done a whole week's worth of little red's, she is certainly one of my favourite things to paint at this time of year)
Apparently my wolfie in this one looks like our mini schnauzer doggie "Shadow" according to my kids, so the title of this piece reflects that lol ;o)
She is my personal favourite of the week regardless of what my kids have to say :o)
In the shadows: SOLD THANK YOU!!
Finally leaving the little red's behind and after the lovely Claire Barone returned my lost mojo to me, I got to painting again with an all out Autumnal feeling in this one, a mix of leafy greens plus antlers, it makes me want to run to the trees and play in the leaves.
This one is the first of my winter offerings for this year and I have plenty of ideas for more, she is painted on an 8x10 inch flat canvas board and is pretty in pink :o)
Let it snow:
Last but not least is this little lady on a 5x7 inch flat canvas board.
I saw a lady in the street wearing a wonderful yellow cardigan last week and just knew I had to paint a girly with one similar, yellow is definately not a colour I could wear but I think it suits this girly, what do you think?
Well that's this week's update done, as per usual everything above is now available in my etsy shop for viewing or buying ;o)
See you again next week