Valentine’s Ladies

Lulu May, Edith Rosie, Beulah Louise

 

My Silly 5 class has been keeping me busy with daily worksheets and YES, I’ve been doing lots of drawing. One week into the class and I’ve got a pile of fun drawings–two weeks more to go. So glad I signed up for this class.

These lovely ladies are “one liners” drawings. Put your pen on the paper and draw something in one continuous line. Result=lots of loopy lines and a really funky look. We drew bicycles–lots of them. Today we added to the simple line drawings by making lines thicker in some areas and adding patterns. I chose to do face line drawings instead of the bicycles.

Last year I started (emphasis on started) the 100 faces project from Carla Sonheim’s book, Drawing Lab. I got to number 5 last February, added number 6 about a week ago and TODAY I did numbers 7, 8 and 9! WooHoo! Only 91 left to go!

Actually, these were so fast to do–line drawing was about 30 seconds then all the noodling and playing was so much fun I couldn’t tell how long it took me to have all that fun 🙂

Oh, yes, Happy Valentine’s Day and these ladies are all single and looking for a Valentine!

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About artsynaturenut

I'm a creative warrior constantly fighting my battle with my muse against that nasty critic. I love to paint and do mixed media work either on the canvas or with art journals. I'll dabble in just about everything--bookmaking, photography, writing, etc. and get excited about combining them. Hence the mixed media!
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One Response to Valentine’s Ladies

  1. Hey there, thanks so much for your nice comment on my blog. In answer to your question about the little village stamp, no I wish I could say I had made it myself, but it came as a set with a few other border type stamps. Can’t remember the maker though! And I had to giggle when I saw this post today, because I too have been making these one liner faces on the side. It’s so addicting. I love adding the detail with the black thin markers here and there. I too love this class!

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