Story Telling: What Happen Yesterday

Yesterday I woke up feeling OK but as the day progressed I came to realize how we as humans are programmed and mentally conditioned for these holidays. Even if you chose not to be involved there will always be someone who will wish you a “Happy” what ever the holiday is.

Why does everyone assume you spent time with family or friends. Why do they assume you attended a church service.

These holidays are man made and the only profit is retail sales with people feeling guilty so they buy gifts.

So as I asked the question “What happen yesterday” I respond with nothing happen it was just another day.

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Inktober 2017 Day 13 Teeming

This was a real challenge topic so this is what I came  up with.

This is still a work in progress.

SKETCHBOOK DRAWINGS WITH PEN – CROSS HATCHING

One of the best times to take your sketchbook with you is when you know you will be waiting for a period of time.   Here are some of my idle time drawings where I did some “Cross Hatching Drawings” with pens.   It really helps the time go by quickly.   These are with the Micron 02 and 05 pens.   You can view more of our works at http://chinue.imagekind.com/Smallartseries,  thanks for following. Be sure to like our page as we continue on our journey of art and leave a comment we really do read them…

CROSS HATCHING DRAWINGS
CROSS HATCHING DRAWINGS
THE FACE, CROSS HATCHING DRAWING 2015
THE FACE, CROSS HATCHING DRAWING 2015
CROSS HATCHING DRAWING PLANTS 2015
CROSS HATCHING DRAWING PLANTS 2015

Sketchbook drawings and paintings- watercolor & pen Studies

Watercolor and Pen 6 X 8
Watercolor and Pen
6 X 8

Watercolor and pen a unique pair.  The pen gives you the structure and lines but the watercolor allows you to paint outside of all the lines giving you a new type of freedom.

You don’t have to paint inside the lines, you don’t have to be locked into a box of shapes you can just paint.

Watercolor gives you a freedom. It bleeds into another color you can mix and match and take your mistakes as something meaningful. Watercolor forgives, it just makes something new.

This painting is small  6 X 8.  The colors are red, green, blue, blue-green, purple, yellow, brown, white.  This is the first painting as part of my journal drawings and paintings.  These will mainly be done in my sketchbook.