March 14, 2020

#dailycreating OCTOBER 2019

Whoa! Looking back through my drawings from October, it became quite clear that it was not a good month for me to draw. I found only ten -- out of 31! -- drawings that I thought fit enough to share with you. 

I belong to a Facebook Group, #dailycreating, hosted by visual artist and creative encourager Terry Runyan. Each Sunday we members are given a week's worth of prompts that we can either follow or not. Terry is just trying to encourage us to create something every day, whether it is prompt related or something else we are moved to create.

Many of us follow the prompts quite faithfully. I am one of them. Usually. 

It's been a month since I shared my September 2019 creations with you, so I thought it was time for another installment of #dailycreating.

As always, I will include the prompt above each drawing, as well as any particular information I may have about the subject matter.

Here goes:

#hummingbird

#montypythonsflyingcircus

#periodcostumes

#alienlifeform

#edwardgorey

#dogurday
bloodhound

#robot

#red

#green

#blue

I will probably bring you the next installment of #dailycreating a little sooner than a month from now, especially since I am only up to October, and it's the middle of March. Stay tuned!

The Small Print: Please keep in mind that his is my own original artwork. Please don't copy or use any of them without my express permission. Thank you for this consideration.

#dailycreating
Smiles.

6 comments:

  1. These are beautiful! Something tells me that even the ones you don't want to share are pretty great too.

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    1. Aw, thanks! Actually several of the ones I didn't share, although good enough, are my renditions of characters such as Winnie the Pooh and Paddington Bear. I even felt guilty showing in this post the Edward Gorey and Monty Python's Flying Circus characters.

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  2. I believe these drawings were done by a talented artist---you, Linda! And I wish I could see the ones you didn't thing were "good enough". I bet they are much better than you think! Thanks for sharing your work with us. My personal favorites from this group are the greyhound dog and the pig. The frog is also wonderful. And the crab. And the bluejay! Let's face it--they are all great!

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    1. Oh! You are so sweet! Thank you so much, Naomi!

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  3. well now how great the pics are with the expressions of each wow I wonder how you selected your favorites
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    1. My favorites are simply the ones I consider "good" enough to be shown in public. The others have too many flaws. Thank you!

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