Monthly Archives: April 2013
Quick sketch of my drinks, done in biro, finished later with a bit of watercolour.
Our art teacher used to paint with Andrew Wyeth. I hadn’t heard of him before tonight, but he’s painted some very striking watercolours (some examples here) She told us his white was always the paper, and we tried a couple … Continue reading
I saw these beautiful leaves on a walk I tried a quick sketch and thought I’d finish the colour by filling in my key sketch.
Firstly, just to report that yesterday’s creations all tasted very good! My creativity of the day has been labelling my jams and I think they look good enough to eat!
Domestic goddess day today: vanilla cheesecake, spelt bread and raspberry jam. Hope they all taste good now!
There’s something about keys that’s very pleasing to draw.
I picked up this lovely card from a cafe this morning, and tried to emulate the style, using some pictures on my recipes. Simple food, simple style.
No time to attend to the magnolia today, so a god chance to practice a rapid sketch.
My art teacher’s daughter has run the marathon so she made sure everyone knew that I and another lady (who ran with the great name of “Granny GoGo” on her shirt) had run it. So what with a demo and … Continue reading