Sunday, August 21, 2011

And the winner is....

The winner of the giveaway is...
Sharon Chapman of Wildflower House

"I like your citra-solv post. I love tutorials and would love to see more in the future. Fingers crossed on the books. Thanks!ALSO LOVE THE SHOES AND WILL GIVE THAT A TRY IF I CAN GET MY DOGGGIE TO GIVE THEM BACK!"

If you get the chance stop by and visit her blog which is full of wonderful artwork.

Thank you so much for all of your comments and suggestions. Overwhelmingly you are interested in tutorials. Looks like I have my work cut out for me. If there is anything specific that you want me to make a tutorial for, please let me know.


Shelly said...

Congrats Sharon.

Lyric, I'm fascinated by the design question of how to create an art quilt with a strong horizon or viewpoint line. I find that all my little art quilts and sketches look like they are 'floating' in space.

The only way I have of creating a horizon line is the childhood drawing of two lines curving downward for two hills and a valley. I would love a tutorial or some exercises on how to play around with different ways of anchoring my quilt design.

lyric said...

Thanks so much for your suggestion!

Sounds like a basic tutorial on perspective might be in order.

Look here at the Sketchbook Challenge site to begin with - scroll down and read the "depth and space" tutorials.
I'll try to expand on these for you - but can't promise a time. This month will be dedicated to my new DVD.... fun stuff.
Take care,