ART JOURNAL: Any blank book I fill with my drawings.
Lots of sketching going on. Good for training the hand and eye. I dont think that looks like you tho. Those lights in beauty shops are murder. They should outlaw them. LOL Very good feet, DH & Henry and I feel I could 'see' what the other women looked like at the beauty shop. Love the calico cat. Keep on sketching
Nice sketches Lynn.You are keeping yourself busy with lots of artworks:)
Lynn, I love these sketches, something I would love to do, I am lucky to do a little doodling here and there...lines and boxes. The dressmakers are 12 inches tall. They are really not my thing but they where growing old in a box waiting to be done. They will go to Bazaar, we will see what happens. I will be on my bike today. Slow but sure. Thank You for caring. Big Hugs, Mary
Nice sketches Lynn ... It's a nice way to pass the time in a beauty shope. Thanks for stoping by my blog and I'm still trying toget better. Now Mikaela is sick with the flu:(take careEfrat
All these sketches are great Lynn, but the lady getting her hair washed cracked me up. Are you sure our hubbies are not related? I never sketch him, I'm afraid of the results.I love your calico zens.
Teri, did that strange man in my livingroom look like your DH? I wondered who that was. I tell him they aren't supposed to LOOK LIKE who I am drawing, it's an exercise...more about the lines in general I think.Or we can always say its a characture.Efrat, thanks, and do get well quickly, daughter too.Mary, keep peddling and do try drawing, it's amazing how practice improves.Deepa, yes, I am, thanks.Cris, thanks so much. I hope it doesn't look like me either. OY.
OMG, I love Calico Cat Zenning. Gorgeous dahlink.
I love these illios. I have one of those strange men in my livingroom too. Eyeballs stuck to the tv. I will have to post my similar drawing. tee hee....Love your kitty picutres. I have tried a self portrait before. Too darn funny. She sort of looks like she goes with the strange fellow on our sofa. tee hee...
Thanks for leaving your comments as I love hearing from you. Your words of encouragement are why I continue to draw!