As I've said in many posts, I am part of a wonderful caring group on Facebook called #dailycreating. Hosted by Visual Artist and Creative Encourager Terry Runyan, the purpose of this group is to encourage members to create something every day.
Each Sunday, Terry publishes a week's worth of prompts for the upcoming seven days. Since the prompts are optional, many of the members go their own way, which is great, since they are CREATING. I am one of the members who depend on the prompts. It's like being given an assignment each day, one that I almost always follow, with only a few exceptions over the year and a half I've been part of the group. (I just finished my drawing #549 with this group.)
Some days, I love the prompts and can hardly wait to get to work on them. Other days, not so much. Once in awhile, the prompt just doesn't resonate with me. If I just cannot connect with the prompt, I will draw something else. But that is rare.
Today I will share with you my favorite drawings from November 2019. It's fun to go back through my sketchbooks to choose those to post. Some months it is difficult to find drawings that I deem good enough to share with the public. This month, I didn't have any trouble coming up with ten to share. In fact, a few of them happen to be my all time favorite drawings.
As always, I will note the prompt for each of the drawings above each of them, along with any further information I may have, such as breed.
asian glossy starling
the red thing on the turkey's beak is a snood
There you have it. Obviously I am sort of partial to drawing animals. For today's prompt, I get to draw a pig. I'm excited!
I should point out once again that when I show #dogurday as the prompt, Saturdays are always either #dogurday or #caturday. Since I'm not particularly adept at drawing cats, I usually opt for dogs.
THE SMALL PRINT: Please respect that these are my personal original drawings and cannot be used in any way whatsoever without my express permission. Thanks.