Wednesday, January 17, 2007

The Letter G


It's been awhile since I posted a new letter in my series. This pattern was inspired by traditional henna designs, which I also used for my "Peace" post a few weeks back.

Micron pens, Pitt Artist pens, watercolor pencils, and colored pencils.

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14 comments:

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Geninne said...

WOW Amy, this is exquisite and so intricate...and YAY!!! it's MY "G" :-) and I also loved the colors you used, very warm and delicate. LOVE it! How many more letters to go?

Mia Houman said...

Beautiful work! The tiny details are amazing!

Carlene said...

Hi Amy, I found your blog through your comment on Geninne's blog...

This is just incredible! I love such detailed pen & ink work. (I do a little myself) And type, I *love* type!

get zapped said...

I am so impressed with your letters. The letter "G" is important to me as I have two in my last name. Always having to remind folks. I can only imagine how lovely your henna designs are. Thanks!

Angela said...

Gee, this sure is swell! :)
I really love the patterning in this one. Really beautiful!!

Colorsonmymind said...

Oh I really love your letters. So much so that I was fantasizing about using your letters in pendants and giving you half of the profits for what pendants I sell.

Pickledog said...

Great groovy goodness! Another grand addition to the alphabet.

Gypsy Purple said...

Love your blog...glad I visited. Will be back

Chamara

Big A said...

Lovely color choices!

aynaku said...

I am amazed by your precise and detailed work! wonder how long it took to draw such a letter G!
:)

md said...

jeez wht a nice lookin g, no seriously this has a nice subtle look to it and ur patterns are always great to see

Bill Z said...

hey Amy - thanks for the comment - I see why would might worry about the same thing - I imagine your title letters, like this lovely G, could be tempting targets for that kind of infringement

Alina Chau said...

coool delicate design!