A Free Art Pass and a Fake Coffeepot

Two more days of the Every Day in May Challenge, although eagle eyed readers may spot that I am a day behind! No worries, just an extra drawing to do today.

EDiM #7 was to draw something you got for free. My most recent treasured freebie was a three month Art Pass, which has gotten me half price tickets to see the Lichtenstein exhibition at the Tate Modern. Can’t wait!

EDiM #8 was to draw a coffeepot. Normally I like to draw from real life, but I don’t own a coffeepot so this is drawn from a photo I found online, which makes it feel a bit fake to me. I don’t really do coffee, I’m more of a tea girl myself.

EDiM #7 & #8 Free & Coffeepot

I hope you’re not getting too bored of these drawings, dear reader. I promise I will post about something else soon 🙂

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8 thoughts on “A Free Art Pass and a Fake Coffeepot

  1. annjrippin says:

    i love the drawings – keep them coming. Also think the art card scheme is fantastic. Ax

  2. Wow, a free art pass! – I’m very jealous!! ;o)

  3. Shirley says:

    Enjoy the Tate Modern. Love to see everyone’s drawings – and look forward to more from you.

  4. Ben Naga says:

    I am far further behind than you, so don’t worry. 🙂

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