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TamaraPaints365 Week 3

Recap of week 3! I’m a little late in posting, but I had an exciting and busy week!

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TamaraPaints 365 Week 2

 

Week 2 roundup! Lesson learned this week: Make time for your art. I think this project is teaching me about time management more than art! Although all this practice is making me faster, I believe.

Day 8 – Full Moon Party
Day 9 – St Patrick’s Day on Broadway (SOLD)
Day 10 – 18th Amendment (drew on the back of a receipt at my friend’s birthday party so I wouldn’t miss my day!)
Day 11 – Country’s BBQ Trailer
Day 12 – Telescope Girl at the Creative Discovery Museum (Chattanooga)
Day 13 – Go Big or Go Home Cosplay – Death Knight Sword
Day 14 – First Presbyterian Church

Day 2/365 Iron Bank Coffee

Only had two hours, squeezed this in! 2 down, 363 to go!

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TamaraPaints Columbus Art Journal Update!

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TamaraPaints Columbus – Dillingham Street Bridge

I am really excited because those cool notebook peeps I told you about last week (Notes Notebooks) created a custom painting book for me with watercolor paper to hold up to my adventures. Having the proper paper makes a huge difference!

This was painting on the curved steps off the Chattahoochee Riverwalk (behind the CSU theater). Pictured is the Dillingham Street Bridge and the railroad bridge beyond. I am really loving this new book! PAINT ALL THE THINGS!

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New(ish) Project: Tamara Paints Columbus

I decided to start an art journal filled with art from my city. Here is what I have so far. My goal is one to two new illustrations a week.  These were done in a Notes Blank notebook. I am happy to support a small local business so if you wanna check them out click here.

First I had to decorate the cover. I am using #TamaraPaintsColumbus on social media. It’s on the bottom of the cover too, just not in the picture.

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The first illustration was done at Iron Bank Coffee.

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Back in December we had a candlelight flash mob, so that is where this illustration came from.

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Next was the Uptown Fountain – it is located on Broadway between 10th and 11th Streets.

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Finally I have the adorable kid in the rain statue at the corner of 9th and Broadway, I believe. Might need to double check that location.

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