#365DaysOfArt – Week 15 #113-119

#113 Draw an animal out of cut-out pieces of paper.

The leg and nose are way out of proportion and I had no colored paper so I used a quilting catalog.   I also had no glue (Maine – put on list now) and used nail polish to hold it down!  

#114 Add smiles to these stars.
I had fun doing this, a few are different, if you look closely.


#115 Look outside your window and observe what you see.  Then draw the scene from memory. 
This is not a bad rendering of what is outside the apartment window.

#116 Write down the top 3 places you’d like to visit, and why those places are on the top. 
Yes, I think those are my top 3.  The reasons are similar – food, color, history and sweaters in Ireland!


#117 Visit a garden center or park.  Look at plants individually, rather than seeing a scene as a whole. Focus on drawing one plant at a time.
The drawings are from a desert garden we visited when in Palm Springs – last year.  I had fun doing this one too.

#118 Put on some relaxing music, take a colored pencil in your hand, close your eyes, then draw as you listen to the music
I was sort of looking for awhile, don’t know why but it was kind of fun.

#119 Use this page to paint or draw some skies.
I have colored pencils that you can blend.  They work alright – I kind of liked the process.  I have looked for paints to use, but haven’t found what I want.  

Not a bad week….  It really is kind of fun … you can order the book 365 Days of Art(affiliate link) from Amazon and join in the fun any time you like.  

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1 Comment

  1. Sherry @PoweredbyQuilting
    May 8, 2018 / 6:31 pm

    Looks great! <3 I love your interpretations of the exercises!

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