Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Bird & Brush

A recent close encounter with a cute vermillion flycatcher
& the fine round brush I use to paint my stones.
It's called a Script/Liner. You can find the inks I use here.

13 Lovely Comments:

Blogger nicole said...

I'm off to the art supply shop tonight!

Thanks, always, for sharing your beautiful creative world.

8/24/2011 10:28 AM  
Blogger Tricia said...

I love your blog and your generous spirit in sharing not just what supplies you use, but even including links to the products. Thank you!

8/24/2011 10:57 AM  
Blogger Daniela said...

Beautiful contrast between the tree, the sky and the gorgeous color of the vermillion flycatcher (en español se llama "churrinche"?) Besos!

8/24/2011 10:58 AM  
Anonymous Rendell said...

What a cute little birdie! And I am so excited I actually have a script/liner and a bottle of the same white ink you all I need is a rock. Thanks Geninne.

8/24/2011 11:43 AM  
Blogger Amy said...

Beautiful images Geninne!

I've been wanting to try painting stones for ages. Could you tell me the size of the brush you use please?


8/24/2011 11:47 AM  
Blogger patience said...

i think paint brushes are so sexy...i know that's weird but i think you know what i mean. a brush that is really well put together, and the hairs come to a perfect tip or perfect cut's really a beautiful things!

8/24/2011 1:37 PM  
Anonymous April said...

Such a cute bird. It really shines against that background.

8/24/2011 4:30 PM  
Blogger Lilli said...

Oh, that is beautiful; you are truly talented. I always bring stones home with me, wish I could have sent them off to you to get them painted :)

8/24/2011 4:34 PM  
Blogger leFiligree said...

how exciting to find such a cutie--i love finding birds. this one needs to donate a red feather to you ;)

8/24/2011 11:57 PM  
Blogger barbara@sparrowavenue said...

do you think you'll add this one to your drawings? so sweet!

8/25/2011 4:31 AM  
Blogger h west said...

Thanks soooooo much for mentioning what supplies you use. It is very helpful!

8/25/2011 8:29 AM  
Blogger LittlePigPress said...

You should be selling those stones!

I wish I had one of those beautiful birds in my backyard!

8/26/2011 11:43 AM  
Blogger Colleen MacDonald said...

How lucky to get such a nice view of a flycatcher; we almost never get to see them here, although we hear them all of the time!

8/29/2011 11:56 AM  

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