Monday, July 05, 2010

Passiflora incarnata

Passiflora Incarnata
Daniel & I recently bought ourselves a set of Chartpak Ad markers.
The last time I used these was in college while studying graphic design
and I had forgotten how great they were.
Out of focus
I know Daniel's going to love using them. I painted the white details with a thin round brush and my beloved white FW acrylic ink

24 Lovely Comments:

Blogger **WE BLOG ARTISTS** said...

Oh, I think anyone would have FUN with those...such a BEAUTIFUL flower!
HUGS...have a wonderful day!
P.S. and a Happy belated 4th July!

7/05/2010 6:41 AM  
Blogger Bridget said...


7/05/2010 6:47 AM  
Blogger Soofiya said...

Wow! I love this! =)

7/05/2010 6:54 AM  
Blogger Škorčica said...

Great post. I like the zoom effect scrolling from first to last, blurry photo!


7/05/2010 7:13 AM  
Blogger Dyche Designs said...

Those look like so much fun.

7/05/2010 7:22 AM  
Anonymous said...

Eu sempre aprendo com você. Todos os dias da minha vida

7/05/2010 7:33 AM  
Blogger PaperPumpkin said...

I like those fine details-- what a pretty flower with your lines and colors...Those markers really look like fun!

7/05/2010 8:03 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Hi there! Just came across this blog. You're really talented! I especially love those polymer clay birds. It's great to see something new and fresh in the medium. I also work in polymer clay. If you're interested in seeing what I make, visit my blog! As far as these markers, they seem like they would work great on shrink plastic - I'm going to have to get myself a set!

7/05/2010 8:43 AM  
Anonymous Matti said...

Lovely passion flower...and low maintenance in the garden. Great work. Matti

7/05/2010 10:24 AM  
OpenID oneartistjournal said...

Great pen work...Love your blog...your images and writings.

7/05/2010 11:40 AM  
Blogger Mechelle said...

That turned out very well!

7/05/2010 11:52 AM  
Blogger AshBob said...

They look really good! Good strong colour. Lovely designs on the flowes too. I'm not sure if you can get them here, I've never heard of them but i'll keep a look out now. I've only used the Letraset Tria markers but since they changed the design of them, I've had problems with the caps ever since. And I spend hundreds on them!

7/05/2010 12:12 PM  
Blogger Briana said...

Aren't new art supplies the best?! I love the flower!

7/05/2010 1:06 PM  
Blogger aurorafedora said...


7/05/2010 2:03 PM  
Blogger GUSTAVO AIMAR said...

Esta flor está hecha íntegramente con estos marcadores? Son como pinceles?
Hermoso siempre...

7/05/2010 6:14 PM  
OpenID satsumaart said...

So vibrant and gorgeous!! I love passifloras... and new pens. ;)

7/05/2010 6:20 PM  
Blogger Luisa said...

Beutiful flower! It sounds like fun what could be better than drawing together :)

7/05/2010 6:42 PM  
Blogger Joanne said...

What beautiful details on the flower. Very intricate designs, definitely, there's such a pattern to it, almost math-like. Enjoyed browsing here ...

7/05/2010 6:45 PM  
Blogger Dajda said...

Hello, I've found your blog recently and I'm amazed by all your beautiful artwork! I love the way you use colours, and I totally love the bird theme. :)

7/06/2010 3:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful! Do post more of your work done with the markers!

Cheers, Erica

7/06/2010 5:12 AM  
Blogger Estivalia said...

beautiful! I love my designer markers too, I have the Copic brand though, I really like their brush nib :)

7/06/2010 5:38 AM  
Anonymous Moose said...

Mom loves the wedding invite you designed to be letterpressed by Bookhou. Maybe mom could try something on her printing press someday too! You can NEVER have TOO many markers....
Tail Wags,

7/06/2010 6:35 AM  
Blogger Donna said...


Lovely, wish I had not given away my set of markers, now.

What do you use to paint on your rocks with the while FW acrylic ink?

Thank you.

7/06/2010 8:41 AM  
Blogger Katja said...

I dont know how it works, but it looks amazing! Katja

7/06/2010 9:43 AM  

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