I’m up for a simple challenge like this, or so I thought.
Laughingly, the first night I broke the rules.
I used multiple colors of the same pen and then used a waterbrush! EEEK!
The book: OE NOTES (my favorite journals, lined or not.)
The PenSSSS: Cocoiro Pens, in various colors.
Okay, so I am a rebel challenger. Let’s see if I keep up!
Why do a challenge? Gets me drawing. Lazy I am , so challenge it be!
Also, I am doing Sketchbook Skool. . .
Also, after a busy week I can see that I will be drawing in this challenge
at the end of the day, when the house is asleep . . .
Happy 4th and PPF!
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Great post! Valerie
What an incredible brave post. We are the same age and I remember those days way back when. Vacations and summer holidays were spent in the states and I loved the variety of candy as a child and the similarities between our two nations…. now sadly things have changes…. yet the majority of the people our age are still beautifully the same… It is hard to watch!!
Amazing and powerful artwork!
Sending love and light your way for a better tomorrow!
Thank you. Yes it is time to be open about these things. . .
Lovely art. I agree the 4th and all of the other so called holidays are NOT what they were when we were kids. There is something missing from them. Glad we have the memories.
Yes. Sad for our kids, who can’t even begin to know what it was like. I DO think it was better. . .
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It’s definitely a great start – love that watercolor flag
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