FLOWER POWER

My first piece. The inspiration for this artwork goes back to a flower wall-print project at primary school; this was a project that I really enjoyed and felt that I was strong at.

When choosing between the different types of flowers for this piece, I thought about my favourite types of flowers; Sunflowers, as they are bright and uplift a persons’ mood, bringing happiness into any room; Roses, for an elegant and romantic vibe; Hibiscus for their tropical feel and intricacy in detail. And finally, small but sweet forget-me-nots…although tiny, they are impactful in their presence with their gorgeous pastel blue colour, which makes them stand out infinitely.

This piece was drawn using HB pencils firstly for the outline and finished with fine liner pens (I’d recommend using the Micron pens – they are a bit pricey – but definitely worth the hype in my unbiased opinion!). I drew this on a canvass, which I hung on my bedroom wall for chic vibes.

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  1. A great introduction to your blog. It’s beautiful. I love the space it takes up as well as all of the finer details on the petals. I love micro liners but I only write with them. You’re incredibly talented.

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  2. I think your work is amazing. I can’t draw a stick figure. These flowers are lovely. Anything would be nice to draw. It is nice that you explain everything for those who want to learn art. How kind of you. Love πŸ’• Joni

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    1. Thank you so much πŸ’žI really appreciate you taking the time to read my blog posts and comment. I believe that anyone can be good at art; it is all about an individuals perception of the world…much of art can be abstract and it’s all about adopting your own style. Some will like it and others won’t, but that’s okay because everyone has their own vision of what is β€˜good’ or β€˜bad’ art. I am glad that you found the tips useful! ✨

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      1. Hi Hannah I am sick today. Thank you so much for your kindness. You are very gifted and deserving of your award. You are kind to think of me my friend. I am happy for you. We are so blessed to be in such an amazing and supportive community. Again thank you friend. Blessings and love to you and your loved β€οΈπŸ’•ones. Love and hugs πŸ€— Joni

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      2. Hi Joni. Oh no, I am sorry to hear that! I hope that you take good care and plenty of rest and you’ll get better soon πŸ’— Thanks, as always for your wonderfully kind words, it always means a lot to hear from you. Blessings, love and hugs to you too πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–

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    1. Haha no problem! Thank you for the continued support 🌺 Hopefully, this page will provide all of the inspiration and tips for your wife to make her own beautiful creations! Stay tuned for more, I am currently working on something which I am sure she will like🌻✨

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      1. Likewise! Thank you too, for the follow and comments. I look forward to seeing and engaging with more of your content! πŸ€—
        Keep safe and have a lovely day my friend 🌸✨

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  3. A great and inspiring introduction. Actually, pencil drawing seems to be timeless, but this is something beyond that..beautifully sketched and turned out well!❀❀ I am pretty sure that you took a lot of time for this. I Appreciate your patience❀And sorry for being late 😬

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    1. Thank you very much for your eloquently written words, I am humbled and awe inspired! It certainly took an abundance of time and patience, but it was worth it in the end. I am usually a fan of colour, but in this instance I felt that pencil and fine line pens captured the details in the most perfect way. Thank you again for the support, it always goes appreciated πŸŒΈπŸŒ»πŸ’–

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      1. This is so very kind of you. I hope to do more work with paints; currently I feel most comfortable with oil pastels, pencils and pens. Nevertheless, thank you for fuelling my work with your kind energy πŸŒ»πŸ’–

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  4. Hi Hannah,
    Thanks for your support (my comments) I thought it would be poetic or artist (emotionally) and you are an artist. And I read it about your posts and appreciate your work. By the way I’m also interested in this section but not mentioned in my blog bcz I’m already blogging on 20+ topics (and sometimes working on art). But coming soon and will be notifying you..

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    1. Likewise, thank you for reading my blog and for the kind words. I always appreciate any kind of feedback 😊
      Oh wow, you do write on a lot of topics but that keeps your blog varied, interesting and enjoyable to read. I look forward to seeing more of your posts and connecting with them, do keep me updated! 😊🌻

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      1. Oh… Thank you Hannah!
        For replying my comment and visiting & joining my blog.😊 I’m happy about that you’re getting information πŸ“–via my blog. And
        You’re welcome in mydatawords😊 🌹

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    1. Hey, from one Hannah to another! Thank you so much, I appreciate the kind words πŸ€— haha, I wish I could but I’ve still got a lot to learn about drawing faces! πŸ’–

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      1. All of your art is lovely….I seen a few….all beautiful pieces. Thanks Hannah….wish you a lovely weekend πŸ€©πŸŽ€πŸ€©πŸŽ€πŸ™‚πŸ€©

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    1. Thank you very much! I think I have been fortunate in that people have come across my blog and left kind comments, which have started many friendships for me. Being nominated in award posts have helped. And I think that people enjoy my nice words in support of their work too. I wish you all of the best for your blogging journey too πŸ’«β£οΈ

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    1. Oh wow, thank you very much that truly means a lot! I am humbled and awe-inspired πŸ’«βœ¨ Thank you for checking out my blog and I hope that you have the most wonderful day 🌺🌸

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  5. All my favourite flowers. Yours and must be favourite of many many others.

    All your works are beautiful. Keep inspiring and creating awe.

    An introduction sets the context to appreciate your work in finer details even to a beginner. And you are doing it perfect. Lovely.

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  6. Sunflowers and Roses are two of my favorite flowers. Sunflowers had a strong presence in the community where I grew up. They thrived with little or no care. They added colour to my childhood. Thank you for bringing back these memories. πŸ˜€

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  7. Beautiful artwork, I really admire the dexterity you have put in to accomplish this result. These flowers and other artwork of yours which you mentioned as Pop art (i have almost no knowledge about it and was happy to read it here) are really awesome…kudos to your creativity!!

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