Kat''s Nature

Kat's Nature Is To Be Creative - I Love Paint and Stuff

Friday, November 4, 2011

winner will be picked soon and PPF

here is my art work for this week.
I am trying out the new water soluble oil paint 
made by Winsor & Newton

 I have not painted anything much, just yet 
...still in the drawings stage 
for this children's book.
My friend and I are going to do the 
self publishing thing with Dog Ear Publishing
out of Indy.

So here is a little of what I have so far.
There is Percy, a hungry field mouse
 that lives in an old log.
There are two mean rats,
and of course a 
to deal with.

Some of you may be wondering 
about the first children's book,
It is in the process still.  
It takes time when you self publish.
I look forward to these
little books coming out in 2012.

P S...I will pick one name 
from the comments for the owl giveaway at noon and I will send the winner an email.
Thanks to those who commented on that giveaway post from last Friday.
you can still go to that post and leave a comment 
before noon EST.

 Good Luck to you all.

-  KAT -

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Anonymous said...

I have not tried those paints yet and I just realized i miss spelled winsor and newton,, sheesh I use them all the time (watercolors ) and I did a paitning for Twenty Minute challenge,, misspelled, I once was a perfectionist with grammar and spelling but my head injury took that away from me.I think its so exciting to see the makings of your book, I can't wait to have them come out, I have grand children who love this story,

Joni Nickrent said...

Looks like alot of fun and love seeing your work space! Look forward to seeing how your painting transforms into a colorful, creatively piece!

Netty said...

Would love to know how you get on with these paints. Thank you for sharing. Happy PPF, x

Lois said...

Water based oil paints sound so incredible, although I loved using the traditional ones because of the smell of the linseed oil. I used to work in an art supply store way back in time and things have certainly changed! Much easier for clean-up though.

Megan said...

Very interesting to see the sketches you've made for the book... nice shots of your workspace also :) Happy PPF!

Tracey Fletcher KIng said...

It is nice to see the work in progress and your work space... looking great and I can't wait to watch the progress xx

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Wow! Delightful! ~ Bravo to you ~ great design and composition ~ will be exciting when the color comes! ~thanks, namaste, CArol (Share the Creative Journey) Happy PPF

carlarey said...

This looks like the beginnings of a great book. Can't wait to see how it develops.

- T.W - said...

Adorable work so far!
I prefer using water soluble oils, a lot more than using normal oil paints... I think they blend better and are more "friendly" to work with. ^-^

// -T.W-

Theresa said...

How exciting for you and your pal Kat! Best wishes for success and thank much for hosting a giveaway:)

Janet said...

How exciting to have two books being published! Your little characters look so cute.

MollyGirl said...

How exciting to see a book in the works from inception to print!

JKW said...

I love seeing this picture appear before me. I have a picture book that I have not yet had published. I know the frustrations. Blessings, Janet PPF

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What wonderful sketches! It's so much fun to see the whole process! ♥

NatashaMay said...

Wow! These mice are great! :) Love it!

Ayala Art said...

I love water mixable oils! Best of luck with the book project. I was wondering, what made you go with dog ear over any other one? Is there a particular thing, or just because? :o)
Thanks for sharing the WIPs!

Jen @Sadie Inspired said...

I loved seeing the process of these paintings! So interesting. I wish you much luck as you work on your children's book! Happy PPF - late! :)