Posts Tagged: pencil art

Have art will travel

Day two of “Creative Week”! What’s in store today? How about some more tales of my artistic adventures. Specifically, how, during this period, I am always with my trusty sketchbook and pencils. Everywhere I go, hence the title, “Have art will travel”. So, I mentioned yesterday that I only had one art class in my… Read more »

Drawn out exercise

At a very early age, I began drawing. My doodles finally coalesced into something recognizable during my late single digit years and I kept at it for the following few decades. My earliest inspirations came from my two favorite things: comic books and fish. When I began to take myself “seriously”, that is, kept a… Read more »

Sketchy idea

Before my hermit days, a long time ago, I used to do stuff.  Personal stuff.  Food for the soul stuff. I used to go out and meet people.  I used to play team sports.  I used to draw. My Great North American Baseball Road Trip (GNABRT) is going to allow (force?) me to get back a… Read more »

Trees are cool

At last!  It finally got up near 70 so I could come out of hibernation and get back to walking (don’t hate me because I’m warm-blooded)! The area I walk around my development is well-landscaped, but in no way a forest.  Even so, the variety of trees along the way is exceptional. There are many… Read more »