He really did just appear in my Procreate one evening; barely noticed I was drawing this one. I think his name is Saul but he's too enigmatic to confirm or deny.
Sick but still compelled to complete something for the #makemarksdaily challenge last Sunday. Bleurgh.
A monochromatic post; you've been warned!
We had a little drawing class last week so I had an opportunity to use my spanky new whiteboard (totally for work otherwise and by golly, it is worth it's weight in gold).
We started with a swift contour portrait. Let me confirm that attempting their first continual line drawing equates to much amusement from 6 and 8 year olds! The demonstration took about six seconds, if that...
This one below was my 6 year old boy's... (on A4 paper)
The eldest produced these happy campers...
And finally, my 8 year old daughter created this tiny chap unfettered with the concerns of a forehead. Instinctively exploring the concept of gestalt - that's my girl :D
I need a geologist in my life. I've discovered a new beach with the most incredible rocks most of which are a fair size (i.e. too big to carry off)!
I know the green in these rocks is created with copper but what about that beautiful blue? The wrong tone for copper I think so answers on a postcard please...
This lovely little splash of amethyst was found amongst the quartz by the children as we walked along the path - eagle eyes! Talking of which...
Incredible grafitti on The Duke of Lancaster as we strolled back.
The result when life brings me chunky bits of polystyrene when I've already got toothpicks and marshmallows on my mind: a maquette!
Now all I need is lots of 2x2 and a mitre saw.
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