Friday kind of snuck up on me this week. I mean, I knew it was coming, but it got here way before I was ready for it. Another thing I was also not ready for was the realisation that today is the last day of my holiday (the coming weekend doesn’t count). Sigh. (Oh and hey!—it’s Friday 13th too, which also seems kind of fitting . . . )
The plan for this holiday was for me to spend it being ‘busy doing nothing’, and I have pretty much succeeded—so much so that I haven’t even prepared anything for today’s post. (Seriously—the last time I looked at the calendar it was Tuesday!)
So, rather than post nothing at all, I thought I might just show you a couple of homework sketches I’ve done for the ‘A Drawing a Day‘ course I enrolled in on 1 January. (‘Start as you mean to go on’—isn’t that how the saying goes? )
Over the last two weeks we have been working with different types of pens, pencils, brush pens, sharpies etc, and focusing on working with thick, thin and sinuous lines to show substance and texture . . .
Stack of patterned fabrics
Drawing something every day has always been a bit of an issue for me. It’s not that I don’t enjoy it, I most definitely do, it’s just that on a normal working day time just gets away from me and drawing always seems to drop to the bottom of my ‘To Do’ list. I am hoping that starting this course when on holiday (and have no excuses) will help me cement the habit. Ask me again at the end of next week how I am faring . . .
Have a great weekend everyone—and enjoy your Friday 13th too . . .