I like the glass, I thought it was a photo at first. Good job. I prefer watercolors to the watercolor pencils, though I use the pencils sometimes. I can do watercolors but I am not a watercolorist.
I am forever trying new things since I started drawing again a couple of years ago. Thanks for replying to the watercolor or pencils question.Let's make great things!
wow i love the curves on the bottom! can almost feel the shaping of the glass by its maker, gives a smooth and liquidy effect almost, thumbs up!
Stunningly beautiful! Very interesting process. I did scratchboard years ago, when I was a teen - never thought about making one myself.
Oh my goodness! That is fantastic, I also thought it was a photo when I first opened your page.
It looks fabulous!
Thanks everyone. I appreciate your comments. The glass is made up of many tiny scratches. The size of the work is only 3x5 inches or thereabouts.
Oh my goodness! This is terrific. I thought it was a photo!
Whew!~It certainly does work well! Excellent!
Wow!! This is wonderful, very stunning!
My first time visiting your blog (found you through blog hop)... Glad I looked in (have to see more, of course) but this painting of glass is really very nice. I never tried the indian ink on gesso, maybe something I have to give a try. Lovely workMari
My first thought was that you were an incredible hand at free motion machine embroidery, and that it was done on suede or suedecloth. Either way, it is beautiful and skillfully done.
Beautiful work and a great idea (gesso under indian ink). You've inspired me to try it out.