I put this page together in just a few minutes, so it's sorely lacking depth, texture etc. My pain today was ridiculous so I ended up needing meds and was too shaky to have much fun.
Just to clarify the Art Journal Every Day challenge, we're to try to spend a minimum of ten minutes per day but can work on it as long as we want. Yesterday I played for the good part of an hour - all those strips and inking took time - but other days (like today) have been closer to the bare minimum.
I took a big scary leap and tried a lesson out of Drawing Lab for Mixed-Media Artists: 52 Creative Exercises to Make Drawing Fun (Lab Series)
I don't draw.
The lesson was to sketch seated, relaxed strangers in a really loose way. Two hours waiting at the orthodontist while B got his braces was the perfect opportunity, so here is Tracey (who came out kind of literal and more than a little Mike Judge-ian) and Linda (much more an interpretation of the impression she made).
and here's what 4K can buy you, besides of course unsuspecting models:
The other crafty fun I indulged myself in was folding up this yeti calendar. Totally cool, no? We de-catted ours, but otherwise turned out pretty near identical. You can get your very own yeti calendar here at Curiosity Group.