Prompt: Chocolate. Or it will be once I color my drawing. Done from an exercise in Charlie O’Shields ‘Sketching Stuff Activity Book: Food. I have a review with a video walk-through coming up on my Saturday morning.Find & Scribble Shapes Coffee & Toast 1
For our prompt of “Waffles” today, I created a quick little doodle of a whole stack of them. Philippe and I have waffles in the morning on the weekends, or at least one of the mornings of the weekend. And though
Looks like a fantastic weekend breakfast Charlie! I hope you have a relaxing weekend. Mine hopefully will be spent catching up on some painting. My husband has to work this weekend at the hospital which I am not overly happy about but he has to take his turn. I must admit that it will be nice to paint with the music turned up a bit.🙃 Always have to find the positive!
Looks fabulous!!! What a lovely treat for the weekend. I too am having pizza we decided to do the no contact delivery today. You know Charlie if you got heavy cream and whipped it with a little power sugar and some vanilla you still could have your whipped cream and a bit less sugar. 🙂
Day 88 of 100 days of hearts!!! Hope you see the heart!!! So I did a sneaky. I took the word waffle and switched the letters around and removed some and came up with feal which is actually a word lol means faithful or loyal. When I think of Dragons I think of honor and loyalty and the times of the Lords and Ladies. So how could I not have done a…[Read more]
Prompt: Farm – because pigs are farm animals and farmer always need this kind of piggy! Piggy Bank – Did you know that in the Middle Ages, pots used for keeping money were made with an orange clay called Pygg. Can you guess what that led to? Zebra Zensations Technical Pen & White Nights Pastel Watercolours on Hahnemühle cold press Watercolor p…[Read more]
For our prompt of “Farm” today, I decided to make a quick little doodle of a rooster. I still remember the sound of the rooster in the mornings on my grandparent’s farm signaling a new day. I adored hearing this
It’s nice in a way that we’re experiencing life a bit more like our ancestors did. Of course, they didn’t have TV or the Internet. But they did quite well with drums and smoke signals and runners with memories like steel traps for communication, and they didn’t mind just being one with the world around them. It’s all so crazy right now, but if we are wise, we will come away from this with an appreciation for a slower way of living.
So true! I’m not sure I’d be very good at smoke signals though… hehe… I’d probably just start a fire. lol But we will definitely come away from this smarter and with a new appreciation of the simple things! 😉
Fantastic rooster Charlie! It is great to be able to see family and friends on a call. The Jetsons tv show comes to mind which ages me. Our cars don’t fly yet. We got to see one of the daughters and the granddaughter on a call tonight. It was good to connect.
Nice rooster! I don’t really remember them from our days in the farmette. Except I remember being warmed about how they jump up and attack you with the spurs on their legs. Luckily that never happened.
I made a couple of loaves of banana bread this evening. I was transported back to grandma Mabel ‘s house by the aroma and sight of the bread sitting on the cooling rack. It’s her secret recipe and it’s delicious. I was thinking of giving one loaf away, but I suspect that will not be a popular idea with Joe. The stuff is additive.
Wonderful rooster and memories, Charlie! I’ve always loved hearing a rooster sing its morning song….memories of my grandparent’ s farm. Hoping to join my local sketching friends in a virtual sketching get together this morning. Should be fun! We’re very lucky to have so many wonderful resources at our fingertips during these bizarre times.
Beautiful rooster! A long time ago, I used to collect chicken stuff. In that collection I had a taxidermied rooster just like this one……gasp! My husband brings it up every once in awhile. I sold it in a garage sale. I have a great idea for you to help with the shelter in. Why don’t you host a virtual paint time for all of us? I know nothing about coordinating one of these events. A Disney art group I am on had one the other night,.
Unfortunately it was during our dinner time so I missed it, but she recorded it for us. I am enjoying even the recorded one, its over 2 hours! It’ll give you something to ponder. 🙂
Thanks so much, Lori! 😃💕 hehe… a sketch time would be fun. In truth, I’ve been so busy with my day job lately that it’s been hard for me to even find time sketch! (I work in food packaging design and art production… busier than ever these days!) I’m not sure when I’m going to get any down time during this. 😊
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