Back to the trek. In addition to working through Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain...
I'm tackling my list of must-read art books - because that jungle grows daily. The latest library trip unearthed a shortish book on John Singer Sargent, a fat book of illustrators from 1900 to 1960, and Webb on Watercolor, which has great tips on painting your own interpretation instead of exactly what you see. The issues mentioned last time happened when I got to the "encounter" (now-you-do-it) pages. Not quite ready for his loose style. Instead, I will dive into One Watercolor a Day - a birthday gift from my dear husband. I also happily discovered our library has Guptill's Rendering in Pen and Ink. Yes! Saving that until Drawing on the Right Side is complete.
I have been adding to the Live Simply planner nearly every day. About a year ago I posted tiny drawings from a very tiny calendar. I got halfway through the year with that one. I'm hoping to make it all the way through this year.
There was a photo shoot Sunday. Of course, you-know-who had to check it out.
Some entries were done rather quickly after a crazy or stressful day, as in the first photo below. My team was awful, awful, awful and I was very vocal. There is more (sloppy) writing than drawing on some days and others are mostly sketches - like supper on the stove.
I recorded our first portrait without the kids. My sweater had a long cowl-type affair in front and long beads that are now immortalized as a strange medallion or something. Also, this is not the best likeness of my husband, but it's just a sketch, so I'm posting it anyway.
I leave my planner on the end table now instead of the night stand, so I have all evening to remember it. I still sometimes procrastinate & have to catch up. It's amazing how much you forget after just a day.
I also signed up for Sketchbook Skool (and you can too because it's for everyone regardless of drawing skills or lack thereof). That starts in April and we can chat about it more then.