Thursday, February 4, 2010

Quick sketch!

This qualifies for quick sketch. 30 minutes point five seconds. You can tell it was a long day.

Love chubby toddlers legs though and Suri Cruise ballet flats. If you don't know who Suri Cruise is, good for you.



Anonymous said...

How sweet!

The Josie Baggley Company said...

adorable little drawing!

yes post away my dear!

Shelley Wendland said...

Hi, because I felt like I wrote like I hadn't heard your feelings in yesterday's post, I wanted to tell you I did hear them. And I "get it" -- I, too, long for mystery and magic in my art, or how about some charm at least?!! And when someone (you) tells everyone how she was feeling that day, then what right do I have to say, "Liar! You're wrong! It was great!"? You feel as you feel! But I hope you're feeling good today!

Love this chubby toddler legs drawing!


Roseanne McIlvane said...

fast & fabulous!

Portrait Painting By Johanna Spinks said...

Shelley: I found your post yesterday nothing short of VERY supportive because you were there. I am beginning to process the fact that for me a teaching demo is just that. For teaching purposes. The way my brain works, around teaching, I can't create magic. I think I just have to learn to accept that. The head study has aspects to it I like today on reflection. Fresh, loose and lively skin. I guess i just want to see MORE subtlety there. I have so many of these head studies that are collecting dust. I think I now want to create more art pieces when I paint. Not just the exercise of doing it.

Post away

Portrait Painting By Johanna Spinks said...

Thanks Julie. Thanks Josie B. Your sketch is mailed Miss Josie B. Let me know when it arrives.