Another fun prompt from Drawing prompt.com random art prompt website. A hamster on a wheel. Have a great weekend!
I felt like a little color today. So this is colored pencil on paper. Photo reference shown – it’s a Birds and Blooms magazine. The camera flash did wash the colors out a bit. Sometimes featured image works, sometimes it doesn’t show up. Blessed block editor. Summer Foovay
One last little bit of snark. And yes I know it is Saturday. I drew it Friday but my electronics were being mean to me and I couldn’t post. Sorry about image quality – again electronics and I were having issues. I detest this new block editor. So I worked so damn hard making stupid… Continue reading Friday Art #5
Yes, I used a photo reference. Sue me. You can find it here: my cheetah drawing photo reference. Note that NatGeo only mentions what I guess is the photographers name? So I should spend six years searching out this persons contacts and asking their permission before I use their photo for a reference, and get… Continue reading Friday Art #3
I’m afraid I’ve accidentally merged kawaii chibi studies with Shark Week. This was supposed to be a serious drawing. That Great White Shark is seriously smiling, isn’t he? #2 pencil on paper. 8 x 10 thereabouts. Colors are slightly off from the phone photo I think. I don’t think the light color on his head… Continue reading Friday Art #2 – Shark Week
I’m hoping to make a new habit of doing a little artwork or a bit of writing on Friday. Today I am playing around with some chibi horses. What do you think? Are they cute? Suggestions?
According to legend, a yokai named Amabie appeared and told the people, “draw a picture of me and show it to everyone” as a way to stop epidemics. Here is my version of Amabie. Colored pencil and pen. Be Well. Blessedbe.
If you’ve never been to the Hatch Chili Festival in Hatch, NM you have missed out on the best chilies on earth. Since I am blessed to live less than 50 miles from the festival – you know where I was this weekend! Which explains why I wasn’t reading books Sunday for the Monday book… Continue reading Your Own Coloring Book For Adults
Lughnadadh, or Lammas, is a cross quarter holiday not celebrated by all pagans, but we enjoy it. It comes about the same time as the Green Corn Feast celebrated by many Native American tribes, for the same reason – now is the time of year that grains are ripened and ready to harvest. We have… Continue reading Lughnasadh Greeting Cards
Jacqueline Wilson continues her useful series of bridge bidding cheat sheets for beginning bridge players with American Standard Bridge By Jackie Vol.2. I am so proud to be able to work with Ms. Wilson. She is 83 years young and going strong, and no doubt playing bridge and keeping her mind active helps! Now she… Continue reading Standard American Bridge By Jackie – Volume Two Is Out!