From My Word Bowl – 9 This week I drew two great phrases and the word, and, from my word bowl. The sketch I did, I didn’t really “fuss over”, except to add some watercolor to it. I think she looks a little surprised, by what I’m not sure, but I’m happy that the […]
A photo of my morning sketch. I love working with ink and watercolor.
What a busy week! How was your’s? I’m hoping it was wonderful and that you’re all set to have a fabulous and relaxing weekend. In between all the busy stuff that life throws at us, I did some doodles and a couple of quick little postcard size paintings. The doodles were done on two separate […]
Monday again! It rolls around so quickly. Today I have two water color paintings for you and a sketch. First the sketch which I did in color pencils so I couldn’t erase my lines, a suggested exercise by Jane Davenport. Painting Seventeen is another drippy water color girl. Painting Eighteen is water color also […]
29 Faces in September started yesterday. So today, I’m showing you my first two faces. One is a little sketch I did and the other I painted so it would qualify for Thirty Paintings in 30 Days. First the Sketch and now the painting for Day 2 of Thirty Paintings in 30 Days My […]
My theme this past week seemed to have been centered on farms and freshness, thanks to Junelle’s Farmers Market Yum and Art Workshop. This is the last week for it and I am slowly working through it and savoring every project. I love it! The nice thing about it is even though this initial workshop […]
There’s been lots of doodling and sketching happening here over the last few days, but no finished work, yet. This flurry of activity was prompted by two things. The first was a challenge by my mother to make some happy looking girls. Smile, girls, smile! The second was that I joined Junelle Jacobsen’s Farmer’s Market […]
It was Sketch Fest #52 over at Ellen Million Graphics, this past weekend. There were so many art prompts left by fellow artists and art fans. Inspiration overload!! I selected a few that spoke to me. I started with the prompt ‘A spot of color’ given by Lynn Chua. This is what I did. […]
A little sketch which I’ll work more on. She has no name yet. I’m drawing a blank as to what to call her. Do you have any suggestions? Linking to: Friday Sketches
Over the weekend I took part in Ellen Million Graphics Sketch Fest #51. I had hoped to have more time to spend, but as the garden and outdoor chores come first, I only had an hour and only time for one sketch. I chose the prompt “Zentangled Anything” by Tiffany Guin and came up with […]
A friend is someone who understands your past, believes in your future and accepts you just the way you are. Girl Friends by Tori Beveridge – 8 x 10 doodle on mixed media paper, done in ink and watercolor
My love for fantasy, fairies and elves made me sketch this fairy tale princess. Ink, acrylic and Faber Castell gel sticks on 5 x 7 mixed media paper. I call her ‘Blue Princess’ because of the obvious amount of blue I used and because she looks a little melancholy.