...(sigh)...I wish I could travel with you to Italy and soak up every little thing you could teach me...alas, your DVD('s) are my best friend(s) for now...just sayin thanks--I find your your pictures, tutorials and shared thoughts very inspiring and so motivating. Thanks! Pam
What a delight! These drawings are incredible. Thank you for sharing :]
Like Pam, traveling to Italy with you would be heavenly, but not in the cards right now. It is a good day, because your dvd has been shipped! Now if I can quit tracking its progress from Colorado, I might get something done. LOL! Have a beautiful day, Jane.
"Save $20"...riiiiight. :) Would love to go!
I just bought your DVD. I'm so looking forward to learning your methods and so bummed I can't come to Italy with you!On the video you use colored pencils, what kind? On your list of products you use, you mention crayons. Are these items one in the same? I'm going shopping tomorrow in anticipation of your DVD, and would like to know what to buy.Thanks for making the DVD!
Hey Susan, I used prismacolor color pencils and caran d'ache neo color 2 water soluble crayons. They both work great on paper and cloth.
Hi Jane, this is a lovely blog post! I would love love love to come to Italy with you, however as a single mum of two boys in Australia, I don't think that's going to happen!!When you say teabags, do you open up a used teabag and use the covering in your work? I have no idea how to use teabags in art....Hugs xxx
Hey! Wait till I explain to myhusband that I'm going to Orvieto to save $20! :-)
Oh Jane it's so encouraging to see it as a sketch then a piece of art! Thanks for sharing....
@little bit of me time: I just added a link to the blog post for the teabag info. It's here http://janeville.blogspot.com/2010/12/judy-coates-perez-is-friend-of-mine-and.htmland yes, special price for my blog readers...$20 off the Orvieto trip! :-)
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