Posts Tagged: sketch
Well, I kind of dropped the ball on the 27th. Talk about tripping at the finish line (insert excuses about sinus colds and trips to the dmv). But, I managed to turn out this little sketch for the last day
Yesterday I went for coffee/advice with my friend Caroline who’s a great watercolor painter that inspire me a lot. I really admire her talent and her freestyle-style and figured I could learn a lot from her. And I did. I
I have no excuses for not starting my thing until ridiculously late. I just didn’t feel like working on anything. All of my ideas seemed stupid. So, I returned to an underway project, mentioned on Monday: the Dwarven Birth of
It was extremely snowy here today (Day 4), trapping me in my apartment all day. Which means that I did not really get any photos to share (there’s not much that would make an interesting photo in my apartment), but
Finally finished, but “inked” with a Sharpie ‘Fine Point’, which is crap, as you can see. Oh well.
Almost finished. Already notice mistakes. Wish drawing simple things wouldn’t take me so long.
So, early (and I mean early) this morning (Day 2), I made this sketch. I needed to leave the apartment this morning, but my plan was to get back before 1 and work on turning this into a finished piece
Wasn’t really feeling it so just did a quick doodle today. This is Gizmo the engineer bear with her little bear bot.
Drew some sketches of my kitten Moxie. This was the most complete, seeing as she was moving slightly less. There’s a few pages of half sketches from when she kept moving every two minutes or so, but I didn’t take
I’m doing a demonstration of my scarf painting techniques at the WOW (Women of the World) conference in Baltimore this coming Friday-Sunday. This is a sketch of the graffiti scarf I am going to do. I’ve chosen the first names
Olá cats. It may seem I neglected TAD for a few days, but I haven’t. Honestly. We’ve been completing bigger projects (with many singing-for-the-baby breaks) and when I say bigger I’m just talking size, like arranging kittnish things in a
My attempt at brightening up an otherwise cold, rainy, gloomy day = Lunchtime spent with a hot cup of coffee, my sktechbook, and colored pencils. Turned out to be a little something for the three birthdays our family will celebrate
I ran out of wool before I ran out of scarf so unless I can find something that matches to make a fringe this will wind up being a gift for a child. Fortunately (or unfortunately as the case may
Somehow instead of finishing one scarf I started two. I laid down a gray background for a new poem scarf (more tomorrow). I also drew a new graffiti scarf with street signs. Click for detail.
I’ve been seeing these doodles on various websites, and there’s even a class being taught at my favorite local rubber stamping store. I don’t have time to take a class on it, but I’ve wanted to try it out for