Sunday, 20 July 2014
Flowers done over a few days. I couldn't wait to finish it, because I was getting sort of bored with it. But I kept just adding one more flower. Just one more. Then another. Etc. So, I just had to get it right, even though it was a bit boring to do. But it was an interesting process - I found myself discovering a new sort of pen 'flick' when filling in the petals with lines that was very satisfying.
Anyway, here they are. Flowers.
Thursday, 17 July 2014
This one was drawn at my computer desk over a few days during the periods of time that I was waiting for my computer to boot up. Well, I hate that egg timer (it's a spinning circle these days) thing. It's like watching a kettle come to the boil. It never does while you watch it. So, drawing seemed like the natural thing to do to pass that time in a way that I love passing time.
Anyway, pen, paper, I hope you live happy ever after producing baby drawings all over the place. Ding dong.
Monday, 14 July 2014
A is for...well, lots of things. I might work on the rest of the alphabet. I don't even remember why I did this one. I like it though. I do love letters. And I do love doodling. So combined is a lot of love going on. As per usual, the majority of this one went on during some extremely intense skype conversations with a bunch of people from all over the world from NZ to Tennessee to Wales to Holland to Israel. Why not? Who else can I talk to about the evolution of the human?
Sunday, 6 July 2014
I forgot about this one! I started this one last year (again at yet another Waunifor seminar). It only needed a couple more things doing to it, which I did tonight when I found it tucked away in a notebook earlier this week.
Anyone would think I was bored at these seminars. But the drawing simply helps me concentrate on the process - it keeps the old brain busy so that I can get whats going on directly to my mind. Believe me. Boredom hasn't existed in my life in a long, long time.
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
It's only small, usually I draw on A4 size, but this was just a small sketch pad that I had to hand, Smaller than A5, even, I think.
Anyway, don't really know what to say about it. Small, curtains, shading, round bits, curly bits and diamonds with lines. Says it all, I guess!.