You will see that I have been sketching and not posting so you will have a few to see. About my usual. At least I got some done. All in the brown sketchbook with a Micron 05
Number 12, in the ground and Number 13 above the ground.
Number 14, old - my Blanchard spurs that burned in the fire. I wrote a story about them on my blog. Number 15, smooth - bowls that were burned but nothing stuck to them. Number 16 textured - a little chile pot with all sorts of stuff stuck to it, even the spoon.
Paul, I love your drawers and razor. Great perspective on the teapot. I like the lamp and the clip. Those clips always seem to be something easy to sketch for me and then the perspective throws me off. You did well. Then you got into color. Some great choices again. Love the flower and apple.
Bonnie, yummy asparagus, a favorite. Great ideas for your items. Thanks for sharing landscapes of your area. Lovely red tomatoes.
Dominica, great still life. I think I could go for brandy and nuts together.
Hi, Kivrin. Your sketches of the doggies are so good. Make me smile.
Joan, hard to sketch when you can't see. Nice rocks. Interesting salt shaker bottom. Must be glass. Yummy beer bottle, too. I'll have to pass on the beer and go for the wine you have once in a while.
Cute Bunny. Your landscapes are super. Juicy red tomato. I'm off for a snack now. Tee hee.
Tresgatos, your saguaro sketch/painting is great. You should post it in the Southwest forum if you haven't. Nice bunch over there, too. Good teachers.
Ai, such great work. I, of course, like the mugs for my collection. It is really growing again. Ha. Cute airplane. Excellent on the book inside and out. All great choices and well done.
Stephanie, BearStar, welcome if I haven't already said so. I love your old bottle. Nice to see you! You have a great blog and some beautiful work.
Thanks all y'all for the comments. Joan thanks for the Hunt. Had fun. See you on the next.......