Monday, 2 March 2009

Beware - Online Painting Might Become Addictive!

Will you dare to resist? CLICK HERE to see an online painting my daughter made yesterday, I'll bet you'll want to make your own once you see it! (There's a slidey button if you want to change the speed.)
It was just like spring yesterday so we went for a walk in Nympsfield for a change of scenery and that's just what we got!

8 comments:

Ronnie said...

Hey Jessie!
I was snagged by your new Blue Coated Fox profile pic whilst you visited LIz's Fluffville.
Enjoying your blog this am!

Buskitten said...

Ooh, it's great, I have happily wasted a good hour playing on this, it's fun! I love your daughter's moo cow - what a sweet painting! Jessie, that photo of the view is just stunning, really lovely countryside. It feels very spring-like too, which is just what I need on such a grey drizzly day here!

ruthie said...

that is soooo sweet!

April Jarocka said...

I stumbled upon this site myself Jessie and it's great fun. I think you can get a similar widget too. Love her painting...
Nice post!
Hope you're keeping well
:))
April

tlc illustration said...

Ah.... such gorgeous countryside...

Jessie Lilac said...

Hi Ronnie, good to meet you :)

-Oops sorry Liz, hope I didn't distract you too much!

Thanks Ruthie :)


Thanks April, I'd better not have this widget, it wouldn't be safe!

Hi Tara, yes we're very lucky to live within a short drive of these lovely places.

Rosie said...

Thank goodness I don't have use of the wacom tablet at the moment. This is great fun and I have put one on my blog. How do you make a link to the words "click here"?

Jessie Lilac said...

Hi Rosie, highlight the words 'CLICK HERE' and then click on the link symbol. A box pops up where you insert the web-page address.