I had thought my Dailyscapes project would have fizzled out by now. It hasn’t. I am currently on Day 38 and going strong! Others are even feeling inspired to join in over on Instagram! You are more than welcome to do that too. :)

If you don’t know what I’m talking about you can see the first week of scapes here, learn more about the project here, and see a little video demo for one of the most popular early scapes here.

Today I’m rounding up of some of my favourites. As you will see, they are not all ‘scapes’ per se; I’m using that term very loosely at this point. Sometimes it means still life, sometimes abstracts. That is the beauty of creating your own project, you get to decide the rules, or indeed whether there are any.

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

oil pastel

 

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

charcoal and blending stick

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

neocolors and iridescent pearl acrylic paint

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

acrylic and gesso

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

oil pastel and pencil

 

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

acrylic and pencil {and iridescent pearl again}

 

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

four days of flowers in containers
charcoal, soft pastels, and oil pastels in the last one

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

development of the way i did the previous flowers; coloured pencils

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

further development becomes ‘wiggly trees’
{this one has fairy lights and stands by a lake}

DailyScapes {TaraLeaver}

leftover acrylic and palette knife

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