Yellow much this week? Its Autumn and beautiful here.
This week I discovered (and am now addicted to) Indian Ink. Combining it with my drawings as well as using an ink pen and water colours is new and exciting. I can feel a new look coming. Have you tried? Do you have any tips for me?
Helloooo! I have just had a few spots come up to advertise on Clouds of Colour. If you’re keen to buy a spot, click here for info. I would love to have you part of my little family and promote all your beautiful blogs. Hmmm maybe its time to give you a discount code? Yeah alright then… use the code: AUTUMN20 at the checkout and it should automatically give you 20% off all advert spots!
I have been so excited to share my film photos this week. It is one of the most satisfying feelings having a film developed, waiting…waiting to see them and then when they turn out in a way that you could have never imagined, or done on the computer. Ahhh… I just love all of these photos. My favourite would have to be this flower above. The deep vibrant red against a blurred garden background. Which is your fave here?
Good morning beautiful friends! Today I have listed two new prints up on the shop. Enjoy!
Hellloooo! I hope you’ve all had an amazing week. Here is another page from my Art Journal. Do you remember this photo I took of a bumble bee? Its one of my all time favourites. So I mixed it up with some pretty washi tape and water colours. The colours in this page pretty much sum up how I feel about life at the moment, full of colour, happiness, different directions… Have a perfect weekend friends!
This week my idols over at A Beautiful Mess released a photo editing App. I’ll admit it. I’m addicted. I can assure you, most of my photos will be edited using this from now on! Its so much fun! Full of beautiful borders, doodles and hand written text. Check out their info on the App here. If you’re on Instagram and have this App, I would love to check out your photos! Follow me on @CloudsofColour
A few nights ago as Arlo and I drove home from work we noticed these birds on the horizon in Nelson. They were swirling around the trees together at sunset. Their beautiful silhouettes captured us both. So last night we headed down to the beach with the camera, in the hope that they would still be there and they were! Apparently they are starlings and have been here for the past few days. I’m not sure what they are up to but if you’re in Nelson, head down to Rocks Road! It really is breathtaking.