Paint Brochures and My Pen #5

I think this is the end of the ones I have on hand right now. As you can see, I went with a theme in each one of the cards.


10 thoughts on “Paint Brochures and My Pen #5

  1. Claudia McGill Post author

    Yes, I thought the same thing. I remember Andrew had books with multi-swapping body parts when he was little, but I wasn’t thinking of that when I did this, more of seeing if I could connect disconnections in my head but not on paper..

  2. Claudia McGill Post author

    Yes, thank you, I realized after I did this it reminded me of books that my son had as you mentioned, when he was little. But when I was drawing I was concentrating on continuing the forms without a break down the column, sort of exercising my eye. Funny how things work out! I did like doing this one and I’d do more if I get some more paint cards.

  3. Claudia McGill Post author

    Several people have said that, but I think the paint company might be appalled at what I’ve done to their carefully chosen by a focus group paint names and colors…although I am very grateful for their inspiration. I could see myself on TV…billboards…

  4. Pingback: Paint Cards and People and Faces | Claudia McGill and Her Art World

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