I am finally able to report that I seem to have reluctangly climbed back onto the drawing train a bit -- at least, more than I had been of recent months. During those intervening months, I had done a lot of Neurographic Drawing, necessary as a wonderful stress reliever. Now, on October 1, it's been a few weeks since I've indulged in that sort of soul searching creativity, and have started drawing normally a little more.
As a part of Terry Runyan's #dailycreating group for more than three years now, up until about January, I'd been a faithful follower of her daily prompts. Since then, it's been a struggle to get back on the daily prompt train again. But, I am slowly but surely doing it.
Once again though, I don't have enough non-Neurographic Art to show you so I've combined June and July to come up with a respectable ten drawings to share with you in this post.
As always, I will note above each drawing what the day's prompt was (if I followed it) along with any other pertinent information I may have gleaned about the subject matter.
#world parrot day
alexandrine parrot / asia
Great artwork - something I struggle with, but you make it look easy!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2022/10/bedtime-story.html
Thank you so much! I love doing it -- especially when it turns out!Delete
Beautiful artwork! 👍ReplyDelete
I especially love the llama.🦙
Happy Wednesday, Linda!
Thank you so so much, Veronica!Delete
Beautiful illustrations! My faves are the cow, the llama, and the crested grebe.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing this post at Talent-Sharing Tuesdays Link-Up 36.
Thank you, Carol! I'm so glad you like my drawings!Delete