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Drawing using pitt pencil.

A little more drawing.

It is easy to go too far sometimes with an artwork – my favourite solution is to put it outside and allow the elements to take over. I especially like it when it rains.

I was given the paper cut book by a Japanese girl and loved it immediately. I am not a controlled structured artist but rather one that likes slip ups and mistakes.

The spanish recycled glass bowls are gorgeous colours and are on my danish sideboard however they will be receptacles for icecream and other deserts very soon.Paper cutting book

Paper cuts - random.

Some random cuts. Just play.

Drawing using pitt pencil.

Indian toy with pigeon on back – blanket tail.

drawing in pencilcuts0wlspanish bowls

Posted by Anne Warren Art on December 28, 2012

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