...so she did.

7:21 AM

As you may know, lately I've been pretty into using wood as a canvas.
Today's post is no exception - I used pen and watercolor to create this little guy, and enjoyed myself along the way. I was happy that the abstract colors turned out kind of cloudy, like a sunset, and it also seemed to enhance the wood grain. The quote is one that I've heard before and always liked. She believed she could, so she did. Simple as that!

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23 comments

  1. I LOVE this, Annie!!! Beautiful!

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  2. Please make a print of this so I can buy it in your etsy shop.

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  3. A melhor ilustradora que eu já vi...
    Fantástico!

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  4. Annie Ink forgive the petulance.
    I published this your illustration with my poetry on my blog.
    I'm passionate about her work!
    It's amazing, I identify a lot!
    If you do not like, I retreat.

    The link of the post: http://raquelamarante.blogspot.com/2012/01/prece-pressa-apreco.html

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  5. Hi Annie,
    I can not confirm whether you use your picture on my blog.
    There are other pictures that I want her to disclose if permits.
    Not misused. I will put credits for all images with a link to your web page.
    Do you have facebook? If you would like to add it.

    Congratulations on your art ..

    My English is terrible, I hope you understood what I meant ..

    Raquel Amarante

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  6. Hi, Raquel! Thanks for asking if you can use my art for your blog. Yes, you may use it. Thanks for your kind words, and I wish you all the best!

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  7. Umm this is amazing!! LOVE it!

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  8. I dont know how my profile still says Kous.. but it makes me smile each time I post.. so I think Ill keep it

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