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Another Card

 

It occurred to me the other day that my web site here can be construed as:

Be At Canvas

Heh - I kinda like that.

I had so much fun painting my mom's Mother's Day card yesterday that I painted her husband's card today, for Father's Day.

He lives for golf. And for taking care of my mom, which makes him a great guy.

I like this "paint a card on my lunchbreak" thing. It's fun.

 


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Tags: sketch | painting | watercolor
by Brett Rogers, 5/5/2005 7:45:44 PM
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I love this card! I think it's perfect for father's day!

 

 

Posted by Anonymous, 5/6/2005 10:45:40 AM


Thanks, Leesa :)

The only thing that I don't like about it is the cardstock - you can really see the texture of the paper in this scanned picture. I might shop online for other alternatives over the weekend.

 

 

Posted by Brett Rogers (http://www.beatcanvas.com), 5/6/2005 12:12:30 PM


I don't know, I think the texture adds dimension to the picture. Well done, by the way.

 

 

Posted by Anonymous, 5/6/2005 12:42:10 PM


Nice. It'd work well for Blogfathers Day™ too!

:-)

http://thirdworldcounty.blogspot.com/2005/05/time-is-getting-short.html

 

 

Posted by David, 5/6/2005 8:25:32 PM


If you are looking for more lunchtime work, my birthday is coming up!! ;)

 

 

Posted by Just browsing, 5/7/2005 8:37:07 PM


I'll get right on it!

 

 

Posted by Brett Rogers (http://www.beatcanvas.com), 5/8/2005 2:41:28 PM



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