Monthly Archives: July 2016

Waiting

I sketched this morning with the North Park Drawing group. There was a mix-up with the models so our start time was delayed. An artist volunteered to pose while we waited and we got to it. I worked quickly, fearing the model … Continue reading

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Fixing the Leak

Our watering system sprang a big leak, which is not good when water conservation is as important as it is right now in California. It had to be fixed and I got to sketch my favorite home repairman in the … Continue reading

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The Fiddler

Sometimes you see something that makes you glad you have paper and pen handy. Today was one of those days. I could hear music and looked out the door to see my neighbor practicing for his violin lesson in the … Continue reading

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Dog Waits While Man Reads Paper

A tap, tap, tap broke the quiet of our evening.  I looked up from my book and was charmed by our dog thumping his tail as he waited for his walk. His reward for being so cute was to wait even longer … Continue reading

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Luke and I put Our Feet Up

The day got away from me and it was late when I started to sketch.  I was glad to put my feet up and Luke was glad to sit beside me. This is a Procreate sketch with some Snapseed assistance … Continue reading

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A Reading Place

Some places invite readers to open a book for hours and our living room is one of these. Two comfortable chairs and a couch, wonderful lighting and a place for coffee make this a favorite spot for me. I sketched … Continue reading

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Fruit in a Basket

I liked the way the fruit looked in the colorful woven basket on the dark wooden table and sketched it as part of a larger scene that included a bookshelf, paint box and sketchbook in the background. Later I decided … Continue reading

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