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Thursday to Thursday = 30 drawings!
If you don't have time to see them all I fully understand. It's a busy time of year!
But here they are anyway.
Starting at Barnes & Noble Café last week on Thursday when Santa Claus was there, with
Mrs. Claus and an elf at the next table.
His presence effected everyone's thinking as you can see:
I couldn't hear them but I am sure they are talking Christmas gifts too!
I continue to draw for Every day in December. This prompt was "Illumination"
I am getting an idea for another art project.
On Friday at Starbucks these folks had their opinions about ME!
These gals were too busy chatting to be bothered by me at all. They weren't even watching their children that well!
This woman was full of herself.
The next prompt for Every day in December was "When Bells Ring!"
and then there was "Frozen". I took this from a photo of us several years ago freezing in Minnesota.
A different day, another Starbucks. I did recognize a woman there, but she didn't recognize me.
I didn't know anyone else.
Sometimes couples body language shows their need for communication skills training.
Now he really had a problem!
Next prompt was "Violin" ...
Next prompt was "Party Fashion". I hope you can read the story. Might help to click on the picture!
A different Starbucks on a different day in a different town.
I really loved drawing the expression on the woman's face wearing purple on the right!
Tweeking my style a bit here with the lines was fun.
Oh, and look where we went to lunch! Yep! Tacos Jalisco! Remember when I drew there weekly for over a year and wrote a book about it? It's still for sale via my side bar if you are interested!
"One Fish Taco and Half an Order of Guacamole A Year of Drawing Over Lunch at Tacos Jalisco"
Prompt: Poinsettia. I turned it into a holiday card. Consider yourself Greeted!
I broke into my new gift to self, a hand made eight signature, ten pages each, herringbone, Coptic, stitched art journal with wonderful paper! I am having fun getting into drawing on cream/white pages again.
Each picture tells it's own story. The last one is of a woman caring for some adult special needs folks, and no one saying a word the whole time they were there. Therefore, no words on the pages, Just quiet.
Wishing you a peace filled week, a creative week. Hope you can keep the stress down and the JOY UP!
Thanks for stopping by and taking in my art I do each week. I know it's a lot. I appreciate your visits and your comments. They really do keep me drawing! (See, it's all your fault!) ;-)