Drawing Prompt Submission
Dutch band 'the Ex' playing in 'Roter Salon' of Berlin Volsbühne - Concert was great! - drawn in the crowd and colored at home
Added some color to an ink sketch from the recording session I recently attended.
Sometimes we just need a bit of encouragement to push us along the way. Sometimes life is hard and it does more than give you lemons. Cry, vent and release your frustration in a healthy way, but try and stay strong. You will be glad you did :)
Love this little Seuss quote. I wear Chucks a lot, and have a habit of taking pics of them in the places I go....hence this drawing.
Day 8 of inktober and the prompt is Teeth.
Nick is excited to go out, he doesn't care what the reason is.
Trying out different approaches with my fountain pen.
I made this as a gift for a pregnant friend.
Ink on paper size 24 x 32 cm and colored pencils.
Kangaroos, wallabies, and emus at the zoo with my Sharon Art Studio friend. So nice to create together again! This was from November, when the SF Zoo was still open. I'm really grateful we were able to go several times before it closed again.
3/17/2020 San Francisco. The art studio is closed because of social distancing for the Coronavirus. My teacher sent out a note with a sketch she did and suggested we do a drawing a day during this isolation, to stay calm and creative and maintain our community. A neighbor put out a bucket with free bouquets, and it inspired me to pause while I was getting dinner started and do this instead. Definitely rusty after not being in the studio for two weeks!
A lot of earthly and spiritual family in today's drawing. Love and safety to all of them sheltered far away.
A moody, very busy day. I did an ink wash of the beach today, but I'm posting the last piece I drew in the studio instead. I miss the studio and friends there.
This is the forsythia fool's gold I asked the garden center to put on hold for me just before the governor's statewide shut down came through. I hesitated to bring it home because I had already bought 17 plants in anticipation of the isolation.
I watched a virtual wildflower walk yesterday, and it reminded me that it's spring and beautiful things are happening quietly all over the place. This is a plant emerging from the snow at a hot spring in Mammoth on a Valentine's trip just before I found out I was pregnant.
Little snapshots of my garden yesterday. I added a little color today.
An attempt at people. This is Holy Week for some of us. Yesterday was Palm Sunday, and we watched mass on our church's new YouTube channel. The Gospel reading was very long, so everyone in the frame was standing still for a good while. I was really looking forward to our spring class People in the Park because I haven't done much figure work. It was postponed of course, so your constructive criticism is welcome.