I was looking for something to do, outside because I didn’t want to wear a mask, in Lincoln, Nebraska and I found Holmes Park. It was a 2.2 miles walk around th lake.
This drawing of tiny flowers was done with pencils.
These painting were done on 14 inch canvases. I like how the green and yellows break through the paintings. The mixture for all the colors were the same: 1 part acrylic paint, 2 parts Floetrol, 1/10th water, 2 drops silicon.
These fluid paintings were done on 14″ canvases. Many different colors were used to create these. The mixture for all the colors were the same: 1 part acrylic paint, 2 parts Floetrol, 1/10th water, 2 drops silicon.
Here are four paintings that I poured together on 8 inch wood panels. Numerous colors were used to create these painting. The mixture for all the colors were the same: 1 part acrylic paint, 2 parts Floetrol, 1/10th water, 2 drops silicon.
This drawing was done on a 16″ x 20″ Art Board. It took a very long time to finished. (Okay, I had to stop and declare it finished.) It was inspired by art work I saw on TV. Every time the circles cross each other, they changed colors.
I was created with Derwent Watercolor Pencils and Derwent Inktense Pencils.
Yes, it appears that I only painted two houses in 2019. I did not get a chance to seal the houses until a few weeks ago, because of cold weather and Covid-19. (I can’t varnish if someone in the household sinuses gets upset around paint and varnish.)
These are California Creations houses. The company went out of business in the early 2000s. Yes, these have been in storage waiting for me to paint them.
Here it is! This is what I have been working on since May 14.
I selected the Houmas House in Louisiana because it is one of the most beautiful and peaceful areas in Louisiana, and because I had a bunch of pictures.
I worked on it about 20 minutes per day. On July 3, disaster happened. For some reason the image was locked. I could not make any changes. This event was very discouraging until I decided to see if I could “duplicate” the design in the program. Success, I now had a copy of the original that I continued to develop. I also decided to create parts of the design in other files and import them into the design so it would load faster.
I designed it so it could be 3D printed; each floor, the post and steps, the railing, the original building in the back. One day soon, I may try to print it. The stairs will not print, not enough support structure. Everything in the design, is no smaller that .4 mm.
This is the view from the front door. I decided to make the windows panes transparent so the inside of the house could be viewed through the windows.
The house is not exacted. I did not have pictures of some of the areas of the house.
This is the design in Tinkercad. It will take a while to load because there are numerous parts. Houmas House
Here are a couple picture of the Houmas House.
Here are a few pictures of my first outing since…. I can’t go many places, but I can go to the park if I stay off of the playground equipment. My first outing was a walk around L.E. Ray Park.
I liked how the sun was reflecting off of the grass.
The geese will leave you along, as long as you don’t go near their babies.
Here is the Ferris Wheel I created with Tinkercad. If I were to deconstruct Ferris Wheel, it’s parts can be 3d printed and reassembled. Maybe one day, I will test this theory. I am tempted to create people to ride the Ferris Wheel.
Link to the Ferris Wheel in Tinkercad: Ferris Wheel
Link to the Ferris Wheel in Thingverse: Ferris Wheel