Drawing practice is a lot more fun when you can use color.
The second week of Inktober has come and gone and I am keeping up with my goals so far. The two things that have helped the most: allowing myself to doodle if I want, and deciding ahead of time what I might draw. The thing that is making it hardest? Knowing that I will be posting... Continue Reading →
Last week, I went to a local natural area so I could draw the prairie dogs that live there. I've wanted to do this for years, but haven't felt able to tackle the task until now. The online drawing class I took in May (Roz Stendahl's Drawing Practice: Drawing Live Subjects in Public ) prepared me well.... Continue Reading →
In an effort to draw more, I carry a sketchbook with me whenever I can. Since I am especially interested in drawing animals, I took it to the Estes Park Wool Market & Fiber Festival in early June. I knew there would be lots of animals to sketch there, but losing my sketchbook was not part... Continue Reading →