71: Add shadows to the glass bottles. Try different ways of drawing them.
I found this one to be fun. Not sure I found a lot of different ways of drawing them.
72: Create a design or pattern
I enjoyed this one too. Did a rather larger design as I had less time than I would have liked, but I found it pretty much fun.
73: Add trees to this half page.
I took Sherry’s approach and did the trunks first this time. I liked that better.
74:Draw the weather today.
Good thing it was a sunny day with clouds. The nor’easter this week would have been blank! I really just gave this a passing sketch – very fast and not really dark enough.
75:Draw something that you have seen today.
OK – I did this Sunday not Friday when we were in Maine. A bit of the coastline – I am no Winslow Homer- but I liked doing it.
76. Draw an object using colored pencils. Use the background as a mid-tone. Use light colors to draw the highlights and darker colors to draw the shadows.
I did a strawberry. I enjoyed this but the lights were hard to get to work. I think this may be my best work this week.
77: Explore colors that look good together. Fill in with colors that work well as a group.
Of course, I would like this – whats not to like about working with color for a quilter.
All in all, a pretty good week in the drawing world. I do need to take these pictures as I go and in the daylight. My apologies.
In my quilting life:
I worked on quilt with a new technique for my #IslandBatikAmbassador as well as working on my OMG – the loon. I am nearly finished both, so we’ll see which I blog about first!
Linking to: Powered by Quilting #365DaysOfArt