Days 48-50 of #the100dayproject involved more playing with patterns, inspired by sandcastles
As my days are getting busier with more interior design work coming in I must admit I’m struggling to stick to my ‘inspiration sticks’ and feel like my creative time is better spent trying to get work done for deadlines. So, this week at least, I have decided that I am still going to be… Read more »
Just a quick one for day 43, continuing the seaside theme with coloured pencils. I’m obviously dreaming of summer sun rather than the dreary weather that has found us in May. It was good to work in colour today, as much as I love working with my trusty biro it’s always good to add some… Read more »
Day 42 of #the100dayproject saw some quick pencil sketches to fill my sketchbook pages with sandcastles, thinking ahead to some summer weather than I’m hoping for.
I was glad to have picked ‘overheard conversation’ today for day 41 as my mum had Harry for a few hours so my hubby and I went out for lunch, followed by a walk round town to get groceries, and finished with a coffee and cheeky cake. This meant there were plenty of conversations to… Read more »
Day 39 of #the100dayproject was a quick page of pencil sketches of my son’s adventures.
My Sketchbook Project is on tour in the USA, check out these dates as it would be great if you could pop along to see it.
Day 38 of #the100dayproject saw the return of the dreaded people practice and in watercolours, which I’ve not had a lot of experience with. It isn’t a good resemblance to my son but at least it does look like a face.
Day 37 of #the100dayproject was again Tour de Yorkshire and cycling inspired, and involved filling a sketchbook pages with sketches of bikes.