Sketched 107 days in a row, and then missed one! No sketch from the travel day home, which included a rainy 18 holes of golf at Tangle Creek.... well 17 holes, we finally called it quits when it POURED on the 18th. Sketches from the cottage named "Walter" where we stayed for a week.
Day 81 and 88, and posting these because it's golf season. First one is Day 81, June 27, playing at Forest City National, when Greenhills was closed because of flooding. Next 3 images are Day 88 on July 4 at Greenhills.
Day 70 and still going. Its just too much work to post every sketch. Currently on sketchbook no 2, which started on June 8. Buddy always makes a great model and he really does seem like he is smiling.
Nine more days, nine more sketches. Day 23 (Fri April 30) to day 31 (Sat May 8). Stay at home order V3. Sketch everyday from observation, no photographic reference. Sketchbook is 6 inches by 6 inches. Quick sketches... some I am happy with and some not so much! Really looking forward to "going places" to sketch, like the golf course!
Six more days, six more sketches. Day 17 to day 22. Stay at home order number 3. Sketch everyday only from life, no photographic reference allowed. Sketchbook is 6 inches by 6 inches. Quick sketches.
Six more days, six more sketches. Day 11 to day 16. Stay at home order number 3. Sketch everyday only from life, no photographic reference allowed. Sketchbook is 6 inches by 6 inches. Quick sketches. Tools include micron pen, water brushes, watercolour pencils for colour. Except for the last one... which is painted with coffee.
6 days of sketches... Monday to Saturday sketches. Sketching with pencil, micron ink pen and waterbrush filled with distilled water and couple drops of india ink. Some I was just playing with watercolour pencil and waterbrush.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday sketches. Daily small and quick sketches using a MICRON 05 pen, and a water brush filled with distilled water and a couple drops of india ink for grey tones in 6" x 6" sketchbook.
Tis the season to get outside and sketch. It's also the 3rd wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and a new stay at home order. The small size of my new sketchbook 6" x 6" is great for location sketching. Using a MICRON 05 pen, and a water brush filled with distilled water and a couple drops of india ink for grey tones. First image is from my back yard. I did not know what the flower was so I googled it.
When you google "small purple flowers in lawn" this is what comes up:
One of the most difficult weeds to control in the lawn is wild violet. This native plant may look cute and dainty, especially in the spring when it produces pretty purple flowers. But in reality it is an aggressive weed with an unusual flowering quirk that results in thick mats of leaves that can choke out your lawn. Aug. 29, 2013
When you google "wild violet native" this is what comes up:
Wild violets are beautiful when in bloom but as the temperatures warm up the flowers tend to wilt and die off by the heat of the summer. These flowers tend to start growing in shady areas and spread to sunnier locations should the conditions be favourable. This edible plant is not liked in many areas as it can take over a lawn. They freely self-seed to the point of being weedy in optimum growing conditions. In addition to being edible this plant has several medicinal properties as well.
Just found it interesting - first search: it's a bad weed vs second search: its an edible native plant.