Tuesday, April 21, 2015

ABC Wednesday -O and WOYWW

This week it is O at ABC Wednesday.

O is for oil pastels

The oil pastels with the landscape I created

I received an art kit a while ago and I've decided to start using up some of the supplies.

 Oil pastels can be messy though. My fingers after rubbing the pastel on the paper.:

Be sure to check here to see how others around the world focused on O.


Each week we are encouraged to share our work spaces for WOYWW - the fun meme hosted at "Stamping Ground".

Here is my art table after completing the o;i pastel landscape.

Also linking with:

Paint Party Friday

Friendship Friday at Create With Joy


MrsC.x said...

thanks for sharing
happy woyww have a great week
Mrs. C.x #2

PaperOcotilloStudio said...

I am about to try out oil pastels as well. One of the artists I follow uses them with her mixed media paintings...mixing with acrylics and water media too. You would think oil and water con't mix...but it works for her so I must try :) Happy WOYWW! Shel@PaperOctilloStudio #54

https://carolann100-havealook.blogspot.ca/ said...

Great use of the letter o and never too old to learn are we in art.

Thanks for sharing about the way you

use this product.

Powell River Books said...

I remember using pastels as a kid. Looks like fun. - Margy

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

I love oil pastels and the way they cover the paper but you are right they can be very messy. You need to use a workable fixative with them.
Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 30

Roger Owen Green said...

I'd love the artist life...


Kate Robertson said...

Oil pastels are great. Did you know you can blend them with a little olive oil and a baby wipe. Enjoy,


Linda Kunsman said...

although they can be a bit messy I love the blending ability they have!

caitlyn (ladyphlogiston) said...

Playing with new media is fun, isn't it? I love oil pastels (I use the cheap ones from Pentel, which are gorgeous and spread so easily) but I definitely keep baby wipes on hand!