…Open this tap for the next 10 days… Watercolour and pen in sketchbook. Share this:PinterestEmailPrintFacebookLinkedInRedditTwitterTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related 23 Comments So simple, so effective! 🙂 Reply Very good… 🙂 A special commission sketch for the group intros! Reply Consider yourself ‘tapped’ and I expect more than a ‘trickle’ – so don’t be a ‘drip’ – let it all flow!!! * very exciting new blog to track !! Reply Happy splashing – this will be a fun one to keep track of. Reply I like this. Very clever. Now I have some thinking to do… Reply Wonderful painting, Ronell!! I’ve already subscribed to the Watermarks Blog. Hope to see more of your lovely work there. Bon chance! Reply That dripping water is just amazing! It looks like it will just drip off the page! Reply Gorgeous work, as always. I love these water themes. Watermarks looks intriguing. I’m subscribing today. I hope you have a great time with that. Reply Done with such charm! Reply Thank you for the encouragement and support! Ronell Reply Love your new piece of art – the water looks amazing. And the new project is very exciting; I have it bookmarked already LOL. Enjoy yourselves; we’ll all be watching… Reply Oh, Ronell, leave it to you–what a clever Teaser! I always do love the way you paint your splashing fountains and this really does drip. WATERMARKS is on my Reader, already, and I can’t wait for more. annie Reply hehehe This is WONDERFUL!!!! Very funny and beautifully rendered. That ought to keep the traffic flowing! Reply Ronell, net so wonderlik soos julle sketsboek projek! Dis kosbaarhede wat jy opbou! Geniet! Cecily Reply great stuff Ronell, love the splash! Reply Love your painting–it’s a great into into a wonderful project! I’ll be following!!!! Reply Very nice sketch, Ronell! I’ll have to go over and see what this is all about. Reply Beautiful, Ronell. I am looking forward to following the project. I’m off to open the tap. Reply Congratulations–what a fabulous post! Love your faucet here and the Watermarks site is going to be a feast for the eyes. Reply This is going to be great fun. I’m looking forward to it! Reply thank you for all the visits and support…hope to see you over at Watermarks and hope you’ll be inspired to start making yours too! Ronell Reply How can a simple faucet and water become such beauty? Why .. through YOUR eyes!!! BRAVA! Reply Why this web site do not have other languages support? Reply Tthank you for your visit and comment, II appreciate it! Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Post navigation Previous Previous post: Helsinki – there and backNext Next post: Take a moment.