Today’s challenge…draw a couple! I chose the Jetsons because I used to love that cartoon growing up.
Tomorrow’s challenge is to draw scenery. If you want your drawing included in my blog post tomorrow, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight tonight!
Pouf Capitonne by De Padova. Found here.
Oops. I failed the challenge. Here are the last drawings all combined into one. I was out of town visiting family and friends (and having a wonderful time). So while it’s an excuse, that is life.
Tomorrow’s challenge is to draw a couple. Whatever that means? If you want your drawing included, email me by 2pm tomorrow afternoon at email@example.com!
With so much rain lately, the sun always seems frighteningly bright.
April May Showers Bring May June Flowers? I wish it looked this epic when it rained. All those black umbrellas make you wonder who’s underneath.
Photo found here.
Today’s challenge was to draw something you want! I wasn’t able to get my drawing in (I’m blogging from Illinois/my brother’s high school graduation party). BUT Benji and Carley drew! Benji drew that he wants TODAY!
Carley said after being diagnosed with a fish allergy…all she wants is to eat fish!
Tomorrow’s challenge is to draw something you miss. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want yours posted here tomorrow! I probably won’t get to posting mine until Monday when I’m back home so the more the merrier!
Now I just need like…$50,000.
All photos found on here.
10 more days! I can’t believe it’s already the 20th. Today’s challenge was to draw something orange. For me, I think a drawing or design can be very powerful when you evoke the visualization of color (even if it’s black and white). I drew an orange construction/traffic cone. They’re usually orange.
Benji drew Michelangelo!
Tomorrow’s challenge is to draw something you want. Email me at email@example.com by noon tomorrow (5/21) if you want yours included in my post
Quick birthday recap: sushi, fondue, sweet potato fries, vinyl, puppy, off work, hot dogs, lace, great weather, shopping, friends. Basically, amazing. So far I love being 24. Now I get to feel even older this weekend watch my little brother graduate from high school AND see my best friend’s baby. Time flies.
Something new! I drew my NEW love of Yoga. I’ve done yoga before and thought it to be too fluffy and easy but now that I’m doing P90X, I find it really challenging and I love it!
Benji drew a new hoodie.
Tomorrow’s challenge is to draw something orange! If you want yours included in tomorrow’s post, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight tonight!
Icarus & Occident is my new favorite blog. It’s a daily juxtaposition of photography and music. But in a way, it’s deeper than that for me. While reading, I’m sucked into the music, the lyrics and the visual. I really love this excerpt from their About page:
“This will all fade. And no, friends, your creations won’t last either. They, like your body, will be enjoyed for a few short years before inevitably eroding away with the rest of the earth.
So make them damn good.
You heard me. Make them so beautiful that the eyes of those around you shine with wonder. May your stories be so raw and captivating that audiences will weep. May your songs resonate from your chest so violently that crowds cannot deny your life was worth the blood in your veins. May your one-thousandth menial report be as thorough and thankless as the first. May your daily interactions be more than idle pleasantries and nods. May your words be few and good. May your actions be bold, out of love.”
Be sure to take a look, add to your RSS reader, and enjoy. I especially felt that little burst of emotion while listening to Dan Auerbach’s “Goin’ Home” while reading Jeremy’s thoughts on home. That’s what I love about blogging and if I can make my readers feel any type of emotion like that…then it’s worth it.
Well done Icarus & Occident, you’ve inspired me.