So I've been knitting a doll for our grand daughter. Allie Bel. Allie was born deaf, but through the wonderful invention of Cocular Implants surgically implanted in Allies skull at ages 1and 2 years of age she now hears well! Her doll sports implants too that magnets attach to just like her real ones. Soon she'll get a face and hair and more clothes. Stay tuned.
And when my husband bought me this cool hat I took a selfie and drew from it! My new purple vest goes well with my hat and purple glasses!
Today I drew at Tacos Jaliscos... First using my new Pilot Varsity fountain pen another spontaneous gift from DH ...
I added just a bit of color with my beloved Prismacolor colored pencils. Both these guys were wearing red shirts.
One guy looks like Picasso drew him, or maybe I was channeling Picasso!
This picture is a lie. The man was not touching the woman. But in my picture he got away with it. You can decide if she's ok with it.
The gal on the right has an animal peeking out of her coat ... The guy she's talking to all animated like
Things like this happen when I draw!
So this week, I knitted, I drew, I worked, and I baked a vegan cake for a Thanksgiving party!
The drawing of me baking was drawn by a Sketchbook Skool Klassmate, Jutta Wenz, from Austria. We met up with Jutta and her wife Heidi when we visited Austria in September this year. Jutta made this cake for me. It was so very delicious I asked for, begged for the recipe! So she drew it with me baking it.
Happy Thanksgiving to those who enjoy this delicious holiday! I'm grateful for my life everyday, but it's fun to have a special day to gather with friends and family and focus on our gratitude!
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