Samstag, 8. August 2009

Illustartion Friday <> Ungeduld / Impatience

Hallo meine Lieben,
Ungeduld ist das dieswöchige Thema bei "Illustration Friday". Die junge Dame wartet mit brennender Ungeduld auf einen Brief oder ein Zeichen ihrer heimlichen und großen Liebe.
Grad eben habe ich eine Jane Austin Verfilmung im Fernsehen gesehen, das sagt ja wohl alles (hehehe).
Gemalt ist es mit Acrylfarben auf Holz, welches mit Tissuepapier beklebt und dann schwarz grundiert wurde.
Falls euch diese Technik bekannt vorkommt, dann habt ihr recht. Diese Art zu malen ist typisch für die Bilder von Julie- Ann. Sie hat ein paar tolle Videos auf Youtube und ihrem Blog "Heavenleigh Art", auf denen sie zeigt wie man Bilder mit dieser Technik machen kann.
Danke Julie- Ann du bist eine tolle Lehrerin, und mit UNGEDULD warte ich schon auf dein nächstes Tutorial.
Euch allen wünsche ich ein schönes Wochenende
Eure Janine

Hello my friends,
Impatience is the topic of "Illustration Friday" for this week. This young Lady waits with burning impatience for a letter or a sign from her big and secret love.
I just saw that Jane Austin- film in television today. I guess that says all (hehehe).
I used acrylic paint on wood, wich I covered first with tissuepaper and than painted it black.
If that technic sounds familiar to you, than you are right.
That is just the way that Julie- Ann makes her paintings. She had some great How-to-Videos on Youtube and her blog "Heavenleigh Art", where she shows how to paint with that technic.
Julie- Ann you are an awesome teacher and with IMPATIENCE I wait for more of your tutorials.
I wish all of you a lovely weekend
Yours Janine


  1. Dear Janine, I love your most recent painting! It's gorgeous. Your paintings keep getting better and better. I also wanted you to know that I have an award for you over at my blog.
    Have a great weekend.

  2. Janine, this is fabulous! I love the techinques that you used to pull this off. It's beautiful. Great work you did on this piece.

  3. Janine she is beautiful I love her eyebrows and eyes. I feel so honored, thank you so much.
    The writing, she reminds me of little house on the prarie teacher. Very old and loving.
    Her rich red dress looks like velvet.
    Thank you Janine, this is so special.
    I can see your flickr account while writing this message and all you're lovely art. This is me going for a trip over to flickr! See you there!


  4. Hi Janine,
    The painting is beuatiful and I enjoyed your post as well. Great job! I love and appreciate Julie-Ann a lot as well.
    Hugs from Ireland,
    Sanda xx
    PS My sister lives in Dusseldorf. How small is the world, isn't it?LOL

  5. Hallo Janine.
    Man sieht der Dame die Ungeduld an. Hoffen wir, dass sie nicht so lange warten muss.

  6. Janine, I think this is one of my very favorites! Your work just keeps getting better, and this is just lovely! Well done, My Friend! Hugs, Terri xoxo

  7. Hi Janine, I love this one. Your girl shows such longing and fear in her eyes.. she is afraid that she will not hear from the one she cares for. The writing in the background is a wonderful touch does not even matter that I can't read it...her eyes and clenched hands tell the whole story. Excellent piece!

  8. Wow Janine -- this tissue paper on wood technique sounds really cool. I love the black background and the words too!

  9. Oooo, I like this one. You can see the excitement in her face Janine.


  10. Hi Janine, being the crazy old lady with the cats would be so cool! Yeah, let the world know your here and you made life yours! So pleased you do this too, maybe we are both mad,lol! No, I am not owning up to that one, lets say Happily confused,lol!
    I can see what you mean about circles!

  11. Hi Janine!!! what a great post and great art piece!!! I love it and the background is wonderful....


  12. Enchanting and captivating. Her eyes say it all! Just gorgeous, my friend, just gorgeous!

  13. Dear Janine,

    I had such a great time getting lost in your colors and your beautiful women. Your paintings are always so gorgeous. I love this impatient lady. I will always be a sucker for romance.

    I wanted to thank you for leaving a sweet message form me earlier this summer. I appreciated your kindness and your warmth. Your words brought comfort and hope and strength. I am so very grateful for your friendship.

    I hope you are having a magnificent holiday with your mother and look forward to your return.