It's a new month, and a perfect chance to embark on a new self-prescribed challenge. It's also hopefully a chance to get some funds to get my art career moving more in the right direction. So I drew my first face. My niece Patricia, when she was a baby, was sent to me by my sister in law. Hope you like it, Michelle. The drawing was done with a blue pilot g-2 07 pen, and colored pencils. If you're interested in a portrait, send me a message. You can drop some funds into my Pay
I made a portrait. Of a cat. It was my way to bring comfort thru prayer and a full drawing of a friend of a friend's cat, who recently died because of illness. Pets become special to us, and Gator was no different. I miss the 2 different cats I had to give away-- Trick and Miso. Both on 2 different occasions when I moved. Both were hard. I can only imagine losing Gator was harder. If you decide you want to commission a piece of art of your pet, or as a gift, let me know. I'l
"You can't do sketches enough. Sketch everything and keep your curiosity fresh."
John Singer Sargent My goal is to draw something every day. The day can sometimes get away from me. Keeping this blog will help me stick with it. When talking to a successful artist and friend, Rubens Ghenov, I asked him for his advice, about what he was doing to be successful. His reply, "Glau, just draw, draw, draw!" So I have been doing that as much as possible. I try to share that with youn