This week for
I thought I'd show you my drawing of an owl, or as I would have called it when I was a child, a
I originally started to sketch an owl because I wanted to have a pattern to use for a little stuffed owl.
After using some of my watercolor pencils I wanted to blend, but with out water so I tried my Pan Pastels.
I thought the purples and the golden tones were kind of fun, and I really liked the
way the Pan Pastels blended my owl.
Maybe I should have put some little feet on my hoot owl, what do you think?
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Have a great weekend!
I love this little owl, without feet, too cute; I will show it to my daughter who loves to draw, thanks for the inspiration! Enjoy the weekend, Maureen x
I love your sweet little owl Becca, especially his eyes, and the pastels softened him so prettily. I would say he needs some feet. Perhaps with Tennis shoes? Or maybe flip flops since you live in warm climate. Or maybe his little talon feet coming forward like he is sitting, but I would have no idea how to draw that. : )
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Love your complementary color scheme of yellows and violets!
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Happy PPF and come share something sweet with us on my blog tomorrow for Sweet Saturdays!!!
I think feet and sitting on a branch would be a very nice addition to finish him off.
Enjoy your weekend!
This is my first time on your blog and while I'm writing this I'm listening to the beautiful music from your playlist and saw the fantastic video on Badlands National Park - brought back wonderful memories. Your photography is marvelous!!
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Thanks for share.
Nope... no feet required.
Have a happy week Becca!
p.s. I'm really enjoying the music you have playing on your blog.