Hooray! Sketch Tuesday is back! The first assignment for this academic year is to sketch something with whiskers. When I opened my sketchbook I was shocked to see that my last sketch was in March this year. Can it really be six months since I did some drawing? How on earth did that happen?! Anyway, considering my lack of recent practice, I wasn’t displeased with my common seal:

whiskers - v

Waif had fun drawing a variety of whiskered creatures:

whiskers - r

And Gman drew a slightly terrifying looking wood mouse:

whiskers - g

I think as autumn draws in, we’ll be spending more time around the table together sketching. I hope so, anyway.

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2 thoughts on “Whiskers!

  1. I love your seal – he has such good proportions. I think the woodmouse may be the Gruffalo’s Big Bad Mouse…!

  2. vivjm says:

    Ooh yes, I think you could be right about the Big Bad Mouse!

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