Day Three: Opening the Toybox

30 Days of Get Your Ar On

Day Three of the challenge sees me doing some drawing with the boys. It’s been a while since we took part in Sketch Tuesday, but we were all quite keen to tackle this week’s assignment, which was to draw something you find in a toybox.

Gman (12) went with some Lego minifigures:

lego revenge - rock & scar

Waif (7) pulled out some cuddly toys:

toybox - r

And I drew part of a toy castle:


I made use of the Inktense pencils plus water again, and I love the effect. Inktense pencils are the new love of my life 🙂

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5 thoughts on “Day Three: Opening the Toybox

  1. Mary Walker says:

    I always love digging through and the kids toys and drawing. I added your fabulous wooden castle to the Show Me link up on my blog.

  2. I like all your toy drawings, but my favorites are the penguin and the castle. Blessings!

  3. nightlake says:

    all the three drawings are good:)

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