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colour wheel by karincharlotte colour wheel by karincharlotte
This is the medicine wheel mandala, (also in my gallery), but after I added colour to make it into a colour wheel. Done with prismacolour pencils, on black paper
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mizzzjulie Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
So beautiful! :)
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karincharlotte Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012   Traditional Artist
Thank you for your kind feedback!:heart:
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xNativexSoulx15x Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012
Wow...just wow :3
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karincharlotte Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012   Traditional Artist
Thank you, that's a nice compliment! :wave:
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nouray Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
wow
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toadhall111 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007
Your art is so beautiful, detailed and vibrant. Amazing.
Especially love this one. :)

Does anyone in Melbourne sell prismacolour pencils?

Were you a textile designer by any chance?
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karincharlotte Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007   Traditional Artist
Hi, thanks for your feedback and lovely compliment. :) Yes, they do sell prismacolour pencils at the art shops. I usually buy them individually, because the sets are too expensive over here.
No, I'm not a textile designer, but this line of work probably would have suited me. I did experiment in silkpainting briefly, but that's about my only connection to textile design.
Nice to meet you! :) :wave:
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faeriecrone Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007
That is a splendid use of color and demonstrates your expertise with the prismas. I love prismas.
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karincharlotte Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2007   Traditional Artist
Thanks Kath! Do you do non digital artwork as well? I found my first prismacolours years ago, while still in Canada, and have used them ever since. The colours are so brilliant, no wonder we love them. :heart:
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faeriecrone Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2007
I have done some non-digital work. I bailed out of art at age 14 and, except for doodling, did not return until age 38 when I had a breakdown after I lost a baby. During my hospitalization, I was allowed access to art therapy supplies. I made huge abstracts, using prismacolors, and that helped me so much. So, I began studying art, on my own. I seemed to gather artist friends and learned from them.

10 years later I received a grant to study at MICA and took a figure study class. That is my only formal art training to date.

So, I only do non-abstract and non-digital work to help my kids learn.

Yup, colors are brilliant ... far smarter than people.
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