This is so beautiful! I would love to have these framed! :) I tried watercolor once, but I gave up before I even started. I wish I knew how to draw and paint like this! :)
I've always wanted to draw in another book, but I fear that I'd ruin a book over making creative work.
okay, im officially in love. i have always wanted to do something like this but havent had the guts to create inside an old book. i want to start working with water colours, they are so pretty but i have no skill with them what so ever!Pearl xo
As I can see, on the last page people talk about my Russia aahhaha) that is funlove the idea of that pictures! you can even draw a story, that is printed thereMarikaand check out my new project - Story of my Clothes
i really love the first one, its so delicate <3
these are beautiful :)and so lovely!
altered books are the best.
That is so nice work!
these are so awesome. I love working withe vintage papers.
These are stunning! So simple, yet so effective! :)Found. x
I like this because she creates a story inside another story...
Ohhh my goodness these are beautiful! So inspiring. =]hope you are well!
these are so so so beautiful i wish i had any artistic talentwww.raspberry-pancakes.blogspot.com
Beautiful!Thanks for sharing.. I always wish I can draw.. The Picnic Girl
these are beautiful.I'm hoping to do something like this on the holidays.
it's beautiful ;)
oh these are gorgeous i always love sheer, watercolour paintings there's just something so awesome about them. i wish i could paint & draw like that too
Ok so this is nice. But, I've seen it done before, differently - better. Look into the book - A Humument. Here's the official website - http://humument.com/ Not only did this guy create art on an existing Victorian novel, he created another complete story within the story. I especially like p.27 and p.326 in the gallery, and this image he did: http://www.tomphillips.co.uk/painting/music/images/msix1750.jpg. My very favorite is here:http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0dplxxar41qzmhzho1_500.pngIt's on p.10 of the 4th revised version. You can see a slideshow of the whole thing at Tom Phillips' website.