So, I stumbled across a craft blog and one of the entries was a drawing challenge. Make a list of 52 things and draw something each week.
It was my goal this year to draw an hour a day but I am severely lacking in that… so perhaps one little doodle a week can be done! We shall see… I have to get myself into good habits (drawing, exercising…bleh!).
Some of my list:
|A logo idea (make up a company)
|Cakes and pastries
|A historic figure
|Mode of transportation
An imaginery thing
I promise a new calendar page is coming! I have been busy at work and other days when I’m not busy at work I haven’t felt inspired.
Here’s a flower I just hastily drew whilst waiting for the weekend to start!
I love line art…but never do it! Not that this is great by any means but it does give me some ideas.
April Showers bring May Flowers! So they say.
Recently I have become quite found of racoons! Those hungry little rascals and their adorable hands! This month’s image is more full size. I will update the previous pages with the new handwritten days. It’s much better than poopy blue highway typeface.
Download the April calendar page here.
Yay March! Spring! I feel like I was a little lazy on this one… :\
Next up, April Showers bring May Flowers!
Download your March calendar page here!
Hey, Happy New Year’s Eve! Woohoo!
Made another little doodler this morning….
Foxes in luuuurve. ??
You can download January and February calendar sheets here (with this illustration and the polar bear below). Just print them out on whatever paper you’d like. Yay!
I’ll be making one every month.
Just a little doodle….
I have many ideas in the works and hoping I can make myself motivated enough to create them in the new year. Letter press cards, felted animals, invites, a story book…. lots to do!
Boyfriend and I have a new animal world in the works and I’m working (ever so slowly) on new branding.
Happy New Year!
Okay, I changed it AGAIN. Isn’t it better? But gosh darnit, what do write across that ding dang banner? I was having serious issues trying to cram this couple on one card so now they’re 2 cards that hopefully America will know to pull out of the envelope and hold together. There was just too much detail in the mermaid and the octopus to shrink down! I’m digging this new layout …
So thoughts on what to write?
I had “Life is the most wonderful fairytale” Hans Christian Anderson The Little Mermaid
and some jazz about a siren singing to the sea and the sailor hears and blah blah…not a lot of space to work with. The bride can say whatever she wants but some inspiration never hurts.