Tuesday, 8 October 2013

A LITTLE FISH IS CAUGHT IN THE RAIN

The challenge this week at The Three Muses is to make something on the theme Rain/Umbrella.


I usually spend ages making an artwork, and can happily spend an hour choosing the colour of the outside frame or a petal of a flower, so I gave myself the additional challenge of making an artwork in a morning.

If the morning starts at 9.30 and finishes at 1.30 in the afternoon, then I've succeeded.


LITTLE FISH CAUGHT IN THE RAIN






It's a bit brighter now, but the little fish is keeping up his umbrella just in case.



31 comments:

  1. These are fabulous! It's nice to know that I am not the only one who loses track of time!

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  2. Your sweet little fish looks bit confused, but I think that's no wonder... It looks great!! And congratiulation for beeing that fast :)
    Ciao Beate

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  3. I'm thinking this adorable little fishy must be a fish-out-of-water **heehee** that he needs protecting from rain water. Isn't he so thoughtful to also protect the pretty little flower from the torrential down pour. What a lovely morning you've spent creating. Your artistic imagination is like no other that I know.

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  4. Who says fishes can't get wet ? The background is pouring down, very effective. Love the little fish, Awesome !!

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  5. Love your little fish! I took some photos of 'Umbrellas' - toadstools today! Valerie

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  6. Your sweet little fish looks to be little afraid. She/he isn't used to rain;) Your frames are beautiful, especially I like the lilac one. And your rain looks wonderful, Sheila.

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  7. I love these little fishies. I have to say the original is my favorite, such beautiful colors!

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  8. Oh my gosh this is beautiful ! And so whimsical and unique. Love it. Greetings, Shirleyx

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  9. This is too sweet, Sheila. Thanks for putting a smile on my face!

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  10. Your work is always such a feast of color. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Your art is so vibrant, Sheila, fabulous pieces as always!

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  12. Love your wild and wayward mind...a great unique take on this I love it.

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  13. I love them! Every little fishie needs an umbrella to protect them from the rain. Wonderful, fun colors!

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  14. to give a fish shelter from the rain - what an unique idea!!!!! you are always feeding my imagination, sheila!

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  15. so sweet, beautiful bright colors and an unique thought :-)

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  16. Such a fabulous feast of colour, Sheila, and so happy and joyful too.

    I hope you enjoyed your walking holiday last week.

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  17. Your pictures are always so much fun and colourful Sheila! I love the idea of a little fish caight in the rain! xx

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  18. Gorgeous and funny as always, love the little fishies!
    Groetjes karin

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  19. a funny colorful post this time again Sheila.. you made my day.. makes me happy!

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  20. Lovely and funny composition, it looks so innocent, I love it most in both color combinations.
    Big hugs Anja

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  21. Your little fish with the umbrella is so sweet, I love both colour variations.

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  22. Haha, a fish who is afaid of water...rofl...I once had a dog who hated water..when its raining he would have paid his whole food for a week for an umbrella ;) I adore the brighter piece and couldn´t stop wathcing at all the details ♥ Conny
    Piaroms Art Journaling

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  23. This is just fabulous - I love everything about it, Sheila.

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  24. LOL what *is* going on inside your head? I love the rain hating fish, brilliant!

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  25. Oh another bright and happy piece, I've missed visiting my favorite blog, it's always so fun and happy here!

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  26. I love the way you draw us all in to read your story and get excited to see the end result, stunning little fish, fantastic composition

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  27. I like what Deann said "wayward mind". You certainly me smile ...i love your fantasy...but it IS real, isn't it:)

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  28. Great colors on this and the border really draws your eye to the fish!

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  29. I'm sorry I haven't been over here more. This is really special!

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