Sunday, March 18, 2018

Stamping on Painted Backgrounds

Mindy's Flowers stamps by Autumn Leaves
Pencil Crayon on Watercolor

I've seen some lovely cards lately over at Stamping Mathilda and Some Fiddling on the Kitchen Table.  Yesterday I looked through my file of painted backgrounds and made this artist trading card.  I also stamped a few larger pieces that will likely become cards.

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Another Car for Janice

Each one of these I draw tells me how much more practice I need.  I always manage to change the viewpoint somehow - my foreshortening skills are not great.  But hey, if you want accuracy, take a photo!  Here's Janice's:

Monday, March 12, 2018

This Car Needs a Dentist

I don't have the patience to colour in all of the shadows in the grill.  So, as I'm prone to anthropomorphize, I'll say that this car needs a dentist.

Here's Janice's photo:

Sunday, March 11, 2018

The Rear View

It seems that there were a few cars I missed posting as I finished up a journal and put it on the shelf.  Janice is enjoying these, so these last ones are for her.  Here's her picture of the rear view of the last car I posted:

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Just Pencil Crayon This Time

Yes, I learned my lesson and stuck to pencil crayon this time.

Here's Janice's inspiration:

Monday, March 5, 2018

A Pen Lesson

I'm still working on using up journals, and this drawing paper proved too thin for the pen on the other side of the page.  I'll just finish the journal faster by only drawing on one side, right?

Here's Janice's photo inspiration:

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Another Month Come and Gone

February's theme in the Collaborative Calendar Project was gratitude.  I began with watercolor but was forced by the cardstock of the calendar to switch to pencil crayon.  I'm enjoying this project so far and it is nice that Dianne and I alternate in choosing the theme.  For March she has chosen "things that fly"!  Time to get out the rubber stamps methinks...