Sunday, February 01, 2015

Sunday Sketches: More Practice Doodles


It's been a crazy week here as college classes have resumed.  Although I'm still only attending part-time and from home, it's definitely been a little challenging finding a new balance in life between my classes and illo work on my plate.  I'm slowly getting there and doing my best to pace myself.

I've been moving forward with Lisa Congdon's class in pushing myself outside my creative comfort zone, bit by bit. Although I'm not really a fan of the doodle work above, I'm still pleased I completed it as it will plant seeds of growth in my creative soul - and that is something to be celebrate.  Uh huh. :)

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  1. fun doodles...
    i just pulled an envelope out of my bag that has a pen and ink
    of a hammer on a workbench from the other day....

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    1. Aww...thanks so much, Brian! And SO SO wonderful to have you pop in! You've been missed. Hope you're doing well! :)

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  2. very lovely doodles! Sounds overwhelming all you have on your plate right now.

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  3. Keep playing and soon those doodles with be a design that is unique to your style. That's how my flying acorns came about. ;)

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    1. Thanks, Karen! I've missed a few days but started up again tonight. Can't wait to show you my next round! :)

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  4. What a fun doodle! I hope all is well with you! xo

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  5. Loving your doodles ~ always a gentle way to practice ~ I should do some myself ~ feeling stuck! Tired of SNOW! ~ wishing you a speedy recovery ~ though 'be gentle with yourself'.

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  6. Lovely doodles! And the colors are very pretty!

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  7. I think they're beautiful and vibrant! I hope your recuperation continues to go well and that you take some time to rest when needed.

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  8. I really like the retro feel of your doodle flowers and color scheme. Blessings!

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  9. A do love doodles, so very much. They were powerful Medicine for me as a teen. And they still are.

    And yours are such lovely doodles! I can feel the joy!

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