Sweet little coloring pose, just darling. Hoping you're starting to feel a bit better after your shake-up x
Yes thank you Kate, we are feeling so much better. Settled down and feeling a lot more secure, everyone has been so lovely to us since and we have had a lot of support from friends, family and online buddies xxx
I love the symmetry of a painting of someone drawing...I love the demure face!
oh this is beautiful, i adore this!! xxx
What a lovely portrait of your little one, love his blond hair, rosy cheeks and long lashes! xo
So sweet! Love his little cheecks!Do you do commision work, Ruby?
Thank you so much Erogene, at the moment I am not sure how much time I would have to complete commissioned pieces, although I have been trying to figure out a way of selling my work online and perhaps having a small component of that being commissioned work. I am still working it all out, but when anything like that happens, you will be the first to know!
this one may be my favorite so far.
Oooh...love those rosy cheeks :0)
Something about the texture, made me want to reach out and touch the screen. Tactile art is such a powerful element because it is rarely achieved (for me) but when it does it evokes memories and emotions. Gorgeous piece.http://iliska-dreams.blogspot.com.au/
Just lovely Ruby. x
those rosy cheeks! I adore your take on this project, going to keep coming back each week for sure! x
Please do! I am really enjoying this project and the feedback I am getting from everyone who is reading each week!
My favourite so far, I love love love
I love the colour...the chalk and the shirt and the rosy cheeks.
beautiful as always.
Gorgeous as usual! As a child, I used to love drawing using rocks too.
Hi Ruby, it'r Kate here - we rode a miniature train together! I'm LOVING your blog and these portraits of Casper are wonderful. I had a look at the others as well and it was a hard choice, but I had to come back to this one as my favourite so far. Not sure why - something about the shape of him and the colours and the expression on his face. I'm very sheepish about sharing my blog now, as yours is so very good, but here it is:laptopontheironingboard.wordpress.comIf you read the post "Label Fail: The Sequel", you'll see our friend Madi plays a starring role!
Ah! Hi Kate, what a lovely message to wake up to this morning, thank you, a lot of people are saying that this one is their favourite. I think I'm too involved to call any of them my favourite, in fact most of the time I don't really like my paintings until a few months/years after I do them. But I appreciate that it's just the way I process things and that they are worth putting out there. Does that make sense? It does in my head! Popping over to your blog now, oh wasn't that party awesome?
I love your take on this project. Wish I could paint like this. Your little boy looks adorable!
Love the red this week! Adorable and colorful- just the way a little guy should be painted!
i love your drawings. they are just beautiful. capture more than a photo ever does....x
The colour in this one is spectacular Ruby. You are a marvel, just popping these beauties out every week. mel x
This is such a darling piece of work... love it so much Ruby!Ronnie xo