Time for another installment of a month of my #dailycreating drawings. Hosted by Visual Artist/Creative Encourager Terry Runyan, this Facebook group has as its lofty goal that we members do some sort of creating each day. I joined up with thir group in August, 2018, with the intent of working on my drawing skills. I just completed drawing #756 for today's creation.
I almost avidly follow the prompts Terry gives us for each day. Once in awhile, however, I do deviate from the suggested prompt if it doesn't resonate with me. Then I'm off on my own, usually to draw up an animal or bird.
As always in these posts, I will include the #prompt for the day as well as any other information I may have about the subject matter. Most often I use a reference photo for my drawings. I'm working hard on trying to incorporate more of my imagination in my drawings.
Here I present to you #dailycreating JUNE 2020.
australian rainbow parakeet
black crowned crane
#thing on thing/#flight
yellow longnose butterfly fish
#thing on thing
Your drawings are exquisite! You are doing so well, and I love seeing what you do.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much!! You are very kind.Delete
Excellent illustrations! You do such good work. The beagle sniffing the cupcake is my favorite. :)
Thank you so much, Cathy!Delete
Wow! These drawings are amazing. I really like the emu...it's unique and feels like it has a lot of personality. Thank you for sharing! I'm visiting from the Tuesdays with a Twist linkup today. Have a great week Linda!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Marielle, for your kind words. I'm so glad you like them -- especially my sassy emu!Delete
Each one exquisite!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Sarah!Delete
Wow, Linda, really amazing and so interested to hear these are done with copic markers! What is your process, would love to hear about it!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sara. I start out with a pencil drawing, and as I start in with the Copics I incorporate the pencil right into the drawing because once the markers go over the pencil, it cannot be erased. If I am having trouble blending, which often happens if the Copic is fairly dry, I bring in Prismacolor Pencils to help out. That's about it.Delete
These are incredible Linda, you are so talented.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Julie!Delete
These are amazing Linda, you're so talented! Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Laura!Delete
So much talent! I can't draw stick people:) The llama and the puppy made me smile. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo KathleenReplyDelete
Thanks, Kathleen! I have trouble drawing stick people too!Delete
Wow !! Your drawings are fabulous Linda. Such intricate details !ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Link Party.
Thank you, Naush! You are so kind.Delete
These are wonderful, Linda! They will be featured in this week’s Creative Compulsions.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Michelle! You're a honey!Delete
Wow! Your drawings are awesome!! My 7 year old loves to draw and I'm sure he'd love to see these - especially the dog and wolf. Recently he read "White Fang" and is currently obsessed with drawing wolves! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing these at our #HomeMattersParty
Thanks so much for your wonderful comment, Kimberly! I hope you show the dog and the wolf to you 7 year old! By the way, I loved "White Fang" too!Delete
I love them all! You are so talented! Thank you so much for sharing these with us at Farmhouse Friday!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Michelle! You are so kind.Delete
Wow stunning pictures I particularly like the crane and lorikeet. #KCACOLSReplyDelete
Thank you so much!Delete