A Bit Of A Drip…

Some days the creative whimsy just doesn’t flow…

Yet, this little experiment with acrylic ink, water and alcohol did!

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As you can see, today’s weird bird is a bit of a drip!

Happy Weird Bird Wednesday!

Cheers! 🙂

P.S. Do you ever have one of those days when you have a creative block?  What do you do to get your creative ideas flowing again?  I hope you share them with me!

14 responses to “A Bit Of A Drip…

  1. Love how it turned out! I definitely have blocks! Sometimes I watch YouTube our look to Pinterest for inspiration. Other time I just go for it and keep at it and after a few tries the muse comes through.

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  2. I love this one. 🙂

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  3. Jill, these paint drips are so beautiful. Magical! When I have a block, I take a walk or do some knitting or look through art books.. I recently watched a PBS American Master program about Eve Hesse. Her process gave me a jolt of inspiration.

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  4. This is wonderful Jill! I don’t have creative block as much as I do some fatigue. So I take my sketch book to the sofa and do sketchy things. I think sometimes what some people call creative block is just a need to rest from all the art overload we see and do when we are artists.

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    • Hi Suz! I can so relate to your comments! 😃 I WAS feeling fatigued and so I just played with my art supplies…and drew quirky faces in my sketchbook. 😉 Good to know that you experience this feeling too! ❤️

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  5. Well, how cool is this!!

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  6. Great colors throughout this drip!

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