Bananagrams and Other Adventures in Yellow

Where on earth did *that* week go?

So, here we are, back doing our sketches for Sketch Tuesday. This week’s assignment to sketch something yellow.

I chose Bananagrams. If you haven’t discovered this game, I highly recommend it, as you will see from my journalling:

bananagrams

8 year old Waif once again chose to draw one of his soft toys. I think he has done a great job drawing yellow doggy. I especially like the way his ear drapes over his leg:

yellow dog

And cool teenager Gman went with a host of characters from The Simpsons:

yellow - g

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16 thoughts on “Bananagrams and Other Adventures in Yellow

  1. kartwheels says:

    Love the bananagrams and all things yellow! I love your blog of art creation. My 5 year old daughter is very creative and loves to paint, draw and sculpt. We love to do recycled art projects too. I will be following along to see what you’re up to and would love if you checked out my blog of kid’s projects etc! Take good care,
    Karen
    http://kartwheels.org/

  2. clareclare says:

    Lots of ‘Yellow’ goodness here! 🙂 I have seen the banana game and wondered what it was like, and now I know. It is one I will get for the family.

  3. That’s a great sketch for an 8 yr old. He really has got the proportions and movement just right.

  4. Mary Walker says:

    We saw that game in the store my 4 yr old insisted it was filled with candy it was a good time to point out the importance of learning how to read.

  5. danscanvas says:

    Great yellow thoughts here! Bananagrams sounds intriguing. I like the ear on the leg too!

  6. Alex Tan says:

    They look so much fun! My boss just told me that he’s never seen anyone having so many bananas in the office all the time(I keep a bunch a week) 🙂 I told him, I just like them ^^ yes I am also a monkey disguising as a human being :p

    • vivjm says:

      🙂 Bananas are goooood! I have recently started baking them with orange juice, coconut cream & spices and think they are the best thing ever!

  7. Andria says:

    Your Banagrams sketch is great, Viv!

  8. Adrienne says:

    I have never heard of Banagrams, is it for adults too? Love the yellow stuff! Super fun! Is this a link up or something that you do on your own?

    • vivjm says:

      Hi Adrienne. We do the sketches for a thing called Sketch Tuesday over at Harmony Fine Arts – it’s for homeschooled kids and their families, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t check out the prompts each time I guess.
      Bananagrams is not just for kids at all – if you like word games like Scrabble, you would enjoy this too I think.

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