Wet Magic Digital Art by Sarah Vernon #Sold #Poster

Wet Magic Digital Art by Sarah Vernon
Adapted from Francois Boucher’s La Toilette de Venus of 1751.

Does anyone recognise the title I’ve stolen? Clue: Think of the books you read as children. The older you are, the better placed you will be for finding it familiar, even if you haven’t read it!

Source: Wet Magic Digital Art by Sarah Vernon

Take care and keep laughing!


15 thoughts on “Wet Magic Digital Art by Sarah Vernon #Sold #Poster

    1. The eye is superb. Unlike Crete, I keep forgetting I’ve had the operation, which is dangerous because I mustn’t rub it this early on. I’m happy to hear you love the image. Thank you, Janet. 🙂 xx

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    1. I can’t do those things anyway even though I do them when I shouldn’t, operation or not and exacerbate my condition. I’m being very good though. Except when I forget it’s a new lens and nearly rub my eyes! I’m more than pleased that you find Wet Magic a ‘gorgeous and playful image’. You always do say the nicest things, like my strapline in the banner!


  1. It reminds me of this Dreamscapes: Creating Magical Angel, Faery & Mermaid Worlds watercolor painting tutorial book I bought from Michael’s Craft Store a few years back, created by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law.

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