Or is it less flawed in this view?
Very nice...is it colored pencil? I cannot call either one flawed because there beautiful!
Oops, I forgot to say it is watercolor pencils in my daisy sketchbook.
hmmm, i dont see a flaw. I like all your daisy illustrations. this one included. But it is a good topic to post something we think is no good eh?
Hmmmmm I blew it up to see if I could see a flaw. Nope, can't see the flaw.
I can't spot any flaw, just excellent Teri:)Happy weekend:)
I don't see any flaws. I like the chili pepper red leaves in the first one how the flower glows in the second one.
a perfect christmas flower!
ha ha not flawed, just different.
If it's the reversal of colors you are referring to, then I'm not surprised that no one found the flaw. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and every artist has a different interpretation of what they paint, and in art nothing is out of bounds. Nice sketch. Put us out of our misery and tell us what the "flaw" is.Jean
no flaw - its beautiful!
Okay, I put the flaw in plain view and no one saw it! The flower is green and the leaves are red instead of their normal colors. In the inverted image the leaves are closer to their real color. And I thought I was so clever lol.
flawed??? I love the invert totally.I was so surprised this morning when I logged on to find your daisy painted in the exact colors I used last night to paint a daisy-like flower on a gourd I am working on!
Actually, "Watercolorist" got it but she didn't refer to it as a flaw.This is clever Teri!! That sketchbook is filling up fast!
Pam, that is just wild! Must be that whole 'great minds' issue :)
I did think the flaw was the color, since I do not know of a Daisy that had red leaves. You are to smart Daisy Cacti Woman... Also this flower vibrates ladder to the sun! or keep it green :-)Have a great week-end Teri, by the way there is a give-a-way at Flying Colors ...
I agree that what you refer to as the flaw is the reversal of the colors of leaves and petals. Clever.
I totally dig your idea!!! Drawing an inverse image and then inversing it. I want to try it!!! Great work, glad I stopped by.
and I see no flaws here only colorful playful art!
hi Teri, i can't spot any flaw in these beautiful paintings! they are very gorgeous and i like them all ;)
beautiful - and very fun too - lovely illustration:-)!!
you had fun, so it can't be a flawn.
one person's flaw is another person's fauvism, wonderful!
i guess now we know why God chose yellow for daisies and green for stems. Makes u wonder though if they where red or purple maybe we'd think yellow was strange too.
i didn't catch the flaws? :)
i like them both teri! can't see any flaws!
I love this , thank you for sharing.
Oh, this made me smile! I love the depth of color on these!
I notice, but the inverted one seems flawless!
Hey! Nice Trick! Looks like the Cardinals are catching up!
Beautiful drawing and fun colours! looks cool no flaws!
really cool and lots of fun, I love the green flower with red the leaves.
Interesting play with color. I like the top one.
They are both beautiful!
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