It is totally appropriate for me to visit my dad’s shed on a Saturday afternoon – since hanging out here is one of the lovely memories I have from childhood. Quite a few changes as the shed has been upgraded since my dads retirement.. but some things are the same.
BTW the models that I made as an architecture student and tried to throw out are all decaying gracefully(???) in the top of the shed – I have faintly indicated 3 of them in this sketch.
Last nights offering…
I am going to be offline for a few days – so here is ‘Sunday’s’ challenge.
Way too tired to do this … I am obviously reacting against all those simple object pages and going for intense, busy, chockablock spreads at the moment. (Symbolic of my mental state perhaps!?!)
On the right is a sketch from one of my more interesting books (probably in my top 10 interesting)
This is part of the Everyday in May challenge – drawing something every day
in May. A group of us thought it would be fun to do a Everyday Matters (EDM)
challenge each day using EDM 1-31. The list is here
Me (obviously) flickr or blog
Wendy (QuirkyArtist) flickr or blog
Jennifer Blog flickr
Sandy blog or flickr
Anita blog flickr
Speck blog flickr