During this medical debacle, challenges saved my sanity. When you just can’t think of anything to draw and
you are stuck looking at the same things day in and out, challenges can prompt giving you a drawing to do
without having to decide anything.
Also, while I usually an not a lover of prompts,
I enjoyed seeing what others did with the same prompt —
that was fun, and inventiveness was everywhere!
I never tried Roz Stendahl’s suggestion to freeze your
tele screen and draw whatever is on it. Good idea.
My stent (no pun intended) on my back is over,
and I am writing and on to other painting projects,
but wanted to finish up the month.
I didn’t just do the challenge from Every Day in June (Facebook challenge page, you are welcome to join — and they have one coming up, Every Day in July).
Gates from around the world, totally made up, quick sketch, above.
And the line-up, in its entirety:
Drawn in a Pentalic Field Book (using it up, not that fond of them)
with Pentalic HB woodless pencil, LYRA watercolor graphite pencil,
various pens and with De Artramentis Document ink, Super5, Noodlers ink
and Daniel Smith, QoR, and Holbein watercolors.
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