Another Array of Tiny Images

Here is another decorated paint brochure from the home improvement store. You may remember other similar works I have done in the past. (Search this blog under the term “brochure” to see more of them.)

What I do is, I take the name of the paint and draw something in the tiny space that illustrates the words.

I favor these white/off-white brochures because the black pen shows up so well. But, you can do this with any color (I have) – just use a contrasting pen color.

Come on, give it a try, it is fun!

Here are the individual pages, closer up.

12 thoughts on “Another Array of Tiny Images

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I can’t take credit for the original idea, another blog friend put me on to it, but, I do think I have made enough of these now to have my own style and approach. It is really fun to do this and relaxing, plus the materials are free for the taking at the paint store…!

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I have to admit that Mother of Pearl is one of my favorites and it came to me as I was contemplating drawing a pearl and felt…bla… and then this idea popped into my head. Lot of fun to do these little drawings just for that reason, the interesting ideas you can get from the paint names.

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. It is so much fun to do these, and the materials are free and easy to find, even nicer. I also like that the drawings are very small, so you don’t have to get caught up in a lot of extraneous things – just get the point across.

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. Often I look at the paint name and at first am stumped and then the wordplay comes into action and the visual image follows. I love doing these brochures for this reason (among others, of course).

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I love wild rabbits (we have them in my back yard and I can often see them from the window, very close) and this little guy pleased me how he came out.

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