Days Six and Seven: Most Enjoyable and Satisfying

30 Days of Get Your Ar On

A couple more days of 30 Days of Get Your Art On and I have done a little painting in journals, preparing a lilac page in one:

lilac spread

And starting a bit of a collage in another:

most enjoyable and satisfying

I’m not sure where I’m heading with either of these…but it’s the process that counts šŸ˜‰

And today I took my sketchbook along to the swimming pool. I was a little nervous, as this term I am not only watching Gman in his swimming lesson, but afterwards I am going for a swimming lesson of my own. I figured it was finally time I learned to swim properly! For those that can’t read upside down (!) it says “Intense dotty doodling to try & take my mind off impending swimming lesson. No, it didn’t really work! But I think it looks kind of cool!”

doodle & chair

I drew a chair, but was tempted to try drawing some people, after being very inspired by Rebecca’s sketches of people at her child’s karate class. Check her sketches out here.

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10 thoughts on “Days Six and Seven: Most Enjoyable and Satisfying

  1. clare says:

    Love the doodle dotting.

  2. bhberman says:

    love your sketch. As far as the people, just jump in – we won’t look until you’re ready to show us.

  3. dawnsrays says:

    You are getting your art on in a lot of ways! fantastic

  4. Andria says:

    Ooh, I love your dotty doodling!

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