World Watercolor Month Day 2

World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 2 prompt “Texture”. Meet Camilla Camel. She thinks that she has lots of texture. Soft, fuzzy, frizzy, furry, prickly, lumpy, bumpy and yes humpy. (she thinks humpy is a word) Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors on Strathmore card stock. This year I am going to try and make a card everyday for this celebration of watercolors. To learn more about World Watercolor Month visit worldwatercolormonth.com

To contact Susan please email sfeniakart@gmail.com


15 Comments on “World Watercolor Month Day 2”

  1. Sunnyfae says:

    Love your little camel, especially the hairy bits πŸ™‚

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  2. jofox2108 says:

    Oh he is lovely!!!

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  3. Nice Cammel, she almost looks like a Mammalian version of an Ostrich. I really like how you added the hair texture on the face, and her big black eyes. Also good glint on the eyes.

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  4. Tom says:

    I agree with Camilla, Susan. Humpy is a word! Love your painting!

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  5. memadtwo says:

    I just love his whiskery face! N.

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  6. What an adorable face!
    I have never seen a camel in ‘real life,’ but I have heard they can be rather mean and can spit with great accuracy. But you camel looks quite friendly.
    I wish I could draw something as interesting as your camel.
    If I could, I might be able to make a children’s book.
    Years ago, when I was a teacher’s assistant in a preschool,I made a little construction paper that I attempted to illustrate. My daughter said that my spider looks like a tired M&M candy.
    Oh well. I posted one of the pages of my handmade book book. If you want to see my attempt at art, here it is:
    https://storieswithnobooks.com/2012/05/18/big-wet-spider/

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    • Susan Feniak says:

      Thank you Mary. Yes I have heard that camels can be mean but I prefer to create happy friendly versions of all animals. I have sometimes thought it would be fun to create a children’s book or at least illustrate one. Thank you for sharing yours.

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