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October 15, 2011

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16 Comments
  1. Hi, this is a comment.
    To delete a comment, just log in, and view the posts’ comments, there you will have the option to edit or delete them.

  2. This first post seems a little generic, but your second and third are Excellent!
    🙂

    • Hi Lucy, Thanks. I love your blog too ! Thanks for posting my painting there ! Did you see my finished painting of the rapids on my web site ? Thanks for posting the pic of it in stages.

      • No, I could only find the two stages of glazes. Can you send me the link to the finished piece in one of these texts? I would love to see the final work.

      • The photo of the finished painting is on my web site http://www.chrisludke.com
        If you go to the sisterhoodofthemuse blog there’s a place to click that goes there too.

      • I loved the collection of finished works! I have a picture of my children on a butterfly bench just like yours, you did a great job with the shadows. I call that style “storybook semi-realistic”.

      • Thanks again !! I faked in the shadows. They move faster than I can draw. 😉 Yeah, storybook realism sounds like a good descriptive name. I didn’t know what ism I should call it. In art school they forced us to try to paint like the old masters. I said I don’t want to paint. I wanted to do sculpture . haha. so they let me do sculpture.

      • Sculpture. Cool. Metal, clay, paper mache? I do paper mache mascots to help fund my school bills. I think in 3D when I paint “around something” in my mind.

      • It sounds like we have a lot in common ! I like paper mache and clay too. I took a bronze casting class once and made a little dragon. That was fun. I’m a 3d person too but I have a small apt and working flat is more practical. Congrats on the great commission with the mascots !

  3. i’m a comment too!!!!!

    • comments fly and die. You’re a good poet. I can relate to it

    • yeah but comments are nothing. You’re a good poet in my humble opinion. I can relate to it.

      • thank you for those kind words. 🙂 How often do you write?

      • I can’t write often. I only have a couple stories that I can put online. I just wanted to expand my blog experience a little. And I still h8 computers. 🙂

      • I was like you at one point with regards to computers but then I started reading good work online and got more and more comfortable. I promise you will get more confident about the blogging lifestyle 🙂

  4. Friends, I don’t know why only a few of my posts are showing here. To see it all go over to sisterhoodofthemuse.wordpress.com and let the 2 off after sisterhoodofthemuse

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