Yes, this is done. It was quite addictive. Although I told myself not to paint more than an hour each time, on a few occasions I did not do as planned. Tsuru had to remind me to stop painting to feed her dinner. In all, it took about 5 weeks to finish this painting.
Beautiful, well done, you ha e a lovely picture done with your fair hands, Are you going to frame it and hang it up on your wallReplyDelete
Beautiful work! I would have a hard time getting anything else done - I could never stick with just one hour at a time :)ReplyDelete
WOW! It turned out beautifully!! Way to keep with it!! :o)ReplyDelete
Oh it looks so nice! Are you going to paint other pictures as well, or was this a one time thing?ReplyDelete
Thank you for your kind comments. Perhaps I will hang it in my balcony if I an find an existing hook without drilling a hole. I wanted to try the paint by numbers process and I did. A friend asked me to buy her a picture to paint, maybe I will get another for myself, maybe not. If I do, you will hear about it.ReplyDelete
That is stunning!!! :)ReplyDelete
That is a very nice picture and you did very well with it. It should be hung up and enjoyed.ReplyDelete
Love the painting it is quite stunning!ReplyDelete
Have a Happy New Year!
This turned out so beautifully! It certainly takes a lot of patience, though!ReplyDelete
I was wondering if you might be interested in a very fascinating technique of painting that is very popular here in the US. Below is a youtube website which shows how to get almost instant satisfaction using acrylic paints for painting flowers! I have had lots of fun decorating envelopes for birthday cards, etc., plus also painting flowers on Christmas ornaments with enamel paints. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyi-Y2ATjoA
Thank you Kathy. I will try it out with the remaining paints from the paint by numbers kit.ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your comments on the painting.