Laying Down The Bones

Today’s prompt of “bones” was another one that seemed naturally beautiful and wonderful in theory, but rather difficult to decide what to sketch for it. Bare bones, though perfectly natural, can be rather macabre in a painting, so I added a bit more orange to brighten things up a bit. Adding to this, I had the least amount…

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A Walk In The Woods

Today we’re talking a walk in the woods as I continue to attempt to fill the entire page of my sketchbook this month. This time via a doodlewash of a creek of some kind. I purposely choose a reference full of ridiculous detail to force myself to sketch a little faster and looser so I could see what would…

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Something Fruity

For today, I decided to try something a little more complex by filling an entire page of my sketchbook with miscellaneous fruits. Though I had a tiny bit of extra time, I wasn’t granted with any extra attention span, and found myself flagging at the end. Not sure if I finished it or stopped halfway through actually, but…

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Lost In Time

I’ve always found fossils fascinating as they provide a glimpse into life thousands of years ago. Though, in truth, they’re a touch morbid if you consider it’s a dead organism, trapped in layers of sediment, but still an amazing fingerprint of life. As I kid, I wanted more than anything to turn over a rock and…

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