Leah took a book out of the library called ‘How To Draw Warriors’ – we’re pretty excited to see her first drawing!
Our lovely black cat passes on. A sketch of her sleeping on our chair from earlier this year.
Our cat Misty lazes in the grass, outside our shed
I happened to see the conversation between Seth and R.O. Blechman at the International Festival of Authors this year here in Toronto — very encouraging! During the afternoon talk, I had the audacity to doodle Mr. Blechman. Certainly not a true likenes, but here it is nonetheless.
Here our 8 year old daughter is passed out in bed, tired from a long day of fun at John and Marina’s. One of our three cats, Misty, sleeps beside her
Sue Ericsson’s Drawing Fundamentals class at Ryerson. It’s my mother’s old chair in our living room. I had sketched it rough, and then used the sketch as a reference for this shading exercise in the class.
… in his pajamas
ready to pounce on mouthy bit of fluff
Cindy Woods made a deep, deep impression on me as one of the very few people who inspired me to keep drawing, not only by her generous encouragement, and by her incredible example of talent — but of her humanity. I would encourage anyone to visit the sites she populated with her art and joy.Continue reading “Cindy Woods 1956-2008”
leah’s feet, originally uploaded by davehoward82.