This weekend I spent a little time in my studio relaxing, listening to music and playing in my
It seems like I've spent more time with fiber arts lately so I wanted to get back into practicing
some faces and shading.
Getting symmetrical facial features is still quite a challenge for me.
I'm thinking I should just adapt to the style of Picasso and pretend it's supposed to be that way.
I want to add more to this face, and I'm thinking about scanning it, and adding different media like papers, paint, fabric. Any ideas?
My lotus flower sketch was inspired by the design on the inside of a Yogi tea box.
I enjoyed the process of sketching the flower then using shading to add dimension.
The color added here is with watercolor pencils. Since it's just sketchbook paper I decided not to add water.
This photo, even though dark I thought captured the warmth and light in my room last night.
Another reason I like it is because you can see how my Fetzer's white nose stands out even in low light.
He is such a sweetheart...he's "mama's boy"
I hope you've also enjoyed a relaxing weekend.