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Saturday, August 22, 2015

drawing challenge 174 - tiny





I usually do not make very small pieces. So tiny was quite a challenge. 
I cut a sheet of paper in pieces of pieces of 4 x 5 cm. (+/- 1.6 x 2 inch) 
on which I made collages with scraps of paper  (beach related...:)
Here they are:   the tiny "beach wrappers".

To see more tiny things please visit the site of Tammie here
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15 comments:

Möwe von der Insel said...

Love your tiny beach wrappers! :)
My favourites are no. 4 and 5 :))
I'm a beachy person myself :)

Have a beautiful weekend!
Möwe

froebelsternchen Susi said...

They are awesome... the blue border around makes them pop out ! great!

Sue Marrazzo said...

HOW cute are these! Love the 1st one best = )

Tammie Lee said...

each one is a delight to see
love your colors
and truly they hold the feeling of the beach and sea
thank you for joining us

lissa said...

they certain have the feel of beaches, I think it's your use of bright contrast.

have a lovely day.

Breathing Life said...

These are exquisite - a beautiful series.

Carole Reid said...

Well, Eric, you can work tiny too! These are really lovely beach wrappers.
Have a great week.

Jo Murray said...

Tiny treasures.

Veronica Roth said...

Very lovely, and very beachy. I especially love the last one where I see the ocean foaming right into the sand. Well done Eric. :D

jo headington said...

This tiny series is wonderful. Having recently spent a few days at the beach, they brought back some lovely memories. I can almost smell the sand and the ocean again. And thanks for the close ups, The textures are so subtle. :)

Norma Conway said...

How did you enjoy working outside of the box (or really, inside in this case)? You seem to have your original flow to the work and did not skip a beat as the saying goes. I like these pieces Eric. N, x

Sue Hutchen Lay said...

I love your work - big or small. What a lovely "beachy" feel these have.

Barbara Böttcher said...

Well done! Tiny really suits you, perfect compositions!
barbara bee

Sharmon Davidson said...

I agree that working very small is difficult; it makes you really pare things down to the bare essentials. You have done a great job here!

♥ tinyWOOLF ♥ said...

"beach wrappers", such a dreamy name too...
n♥

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