Such a cute sketch and story. Funny how we like to think for our little animals. Great imaginations. You know my story of Bob the taliless bird. Well the other day, we had a new bird visitor….Peg. She only has one foot. My husband spotted her first and luckily we have each other to back us up on this one. He named her.
Oh my gosh! He’s so cute. My brother has a female fox that comes into his yard. He leaves her food occasionally. (He lives out on the edge….lol). She also brings her babies through during pup season. Cool thing to see and that she trusts him.
Brenda, your story is so inspiring. I love how you shared your pain story, in hopes of reaching out to someone. People do not realize how art can transform you into another world and take you out of a situation they may be struggling with. I love your style. simple, fun and sketchy! Thanks for sharing!
I love the sepia! It isn’t so drastic. Cute cow! Hope you survived the big shingdig. Funny about first to arrive. I always rather be the first and let the crowd come in, rather than making a grand entrance. Must be our personality type….introverts??
You won’t be alone. No doubt there will be others thinking the same thing. I also agree with Lisa, ask questions. If you run out of questions, ask them, ” Hey did you see the show on the guy with the octopus?!” Either they will want to learn more or they will walk away. Problem solved! Hahaha!
Only you could turn ugly into cute! The bottom of the sea scares me. Deep, dark and a ton of water on you. Panic sets in just thinking about it! I watched a show on public tv the other night about a marine biologist who decide he wanted to study an octopus closer, so he had a huge tank in his living room. It was very fascinating and I have a…[Read more]
“Focus on things that bring me true happiness and less on things that don’t add much value.” I need this to be my motto this month. 🙂 Of course sketching/painting bring a lot of happiness! These brushes look really pretty and magical. I can’t seem to get away from my waterbrushes, mainly because I paint while on the couch and I’m afraid of…[Read more]
Wow, a dog in motion! Well done! As far as your purchases today, it’s the little things in life that make us happy. I saw an antique head vase in an estate sale ad this week. I really wanted it because her dress was s orange and her hat was black with an orange ribbon. Perfect for Halloween decor. We were about tenth in line. We had been to…[Read more]
Beautiful tele. I have recently seen a lot of those large Mickey Mouse phones at sales and have been so tempted. Then realize I wouldn’t be able to use it because we got rid of our landline this year. 🙁
Ahhh, tomato soup and grilled cheese! My favorite soup. I still think my son was born with a red tint to his hair because I ate so much of it when I was pregnant. He no longer has the red tint. Hard to welcome in Fall when it was 75 the other day. 🙁 It’s coming, so they say. This is a lovely sketch of both and makes me want some!
Wowza! Nice sketch/painting. I think you were in my head again digging around. I just read an article on perspective sketching, something I struggle with. Your book is spot on! Also, I finally finished my Summer sketchbook. I was working in 3 different books this summer! Exactly like you are suggesting. There are times I want to sketch, but…[Read more]
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