An exhilarating windy day on top of a hill…
Today we went to a fab Big Draw event at Prema Arts Centre run by Hannah Dyson, Eve Coy and Will Becher – and made twizzly things!
I forgot to post yesterday’s #inktober drawing, and today’s is just a scribble as I’m very tired! I don’t find it hard to draw every day but it can be tricky to remember/find time to post daily…
Today I didn’t find time to draw anything, so for #inktober I’m posting a scrap of paper that started as I doodled a few characters then got reused as a palette as I tested out different inks last week.
Sometimes I think there’s more life in these scraps than in the finished pieces – I overlap colours as I test them in a way I daren’t try in something I’m going to show people. So…maybe I need to see if I can bring some of that into my artwork.
Today I passed a woman taking her dog for a walk IN A BUGGY. He (she?) was wearing a cone round his/her neck.
(In fact she was arranging a rain cover over him but I thought that wouldn’t make such a good picture).
Yesterday’s #inktober was a quick sketch on getting back from a lovely tea party.
Today’s sketch was a quick one as I was sitting on the sofa and using pens and enjoying watching Beauty and the Beast…so I didn’t use a random colour, just the pens I had.
There are many ways of approaching a sketchbook…
And many ways of filling one.
I’ll be exploring some of these ways with fellow artist Imogen Harvey-Lewis on our evening course at the wonderful Prema Arts Centre starting this week!