I had a coupon for Michael’s.
I had a plan developing.
I got a tiny sketch pad and a tiny watercolor block.
Today I put my plan in motion.
Welcome to a doodle-a-day.
How many days I do not know, how many times I will post them I do not know. My goal is to do a doodle a day, and if possible a painted version of each. The reason for the small pads is that I can’t bear to use my giant pad for a doodle–it costs too much. This way I don’t feel like I am wasting space, time, or money and it will let me play with the materials instead of feeling guilty. And if I think of it as a doodle I won’t get so hung up in the lack of perfection.
So here is today’s doodle plus quick painting of said doodle–both slightly larger than actual size.
Inspiration: Issac hit his head and seated himself on the couch in his holey jeans with an ice pack.
Goal: Capture his body attitude as well as the boy-ness of the scene.
I absolutely love your doodles…..ever think of doing a ‘comic strip’ of some kind? I bet Shamus could do a great job with the dialogue!!
These are wonderful…your…what is it called…perspective, Proportions? are really nice to this untrained eye, and you caught the boyness as well as the great scene of the kids on the couch below…makes me want to write a little story for them…
I like this idea! Your drawings are delightful.
Maybe I can make a pot a day. 🙂 I need to do something to make my craft time happen.