This is the last days’ artwork from the 14 day drawing challenge and the theme was movement. We were allowed to choose from a selection of images and this one really captured my eye. The first couple of sketches were done in 60 seconds and 5 mins and the full piece took 1 hour to complete. This was one of my favourite drawings of the challenge.
I’ve recently joined a challenge by United Art Space to draw for 14 consecutive days in February. They provide the photos (which is a real treat and I look forward to daily), there are also a few time options of which I have chosen 60 seconds, 5 mins & 60 mins sketches.
Here are my drawings for the first 5 days, the themes were:
Day 1 – Contrast Day 2 – Tone Day 3 – Composition Day 4 -Negative space Day 5 – Shadow
Thank you to Taton Tubbs who provide the images and United Art Space for the great challenge. Looking forward to sketching some more.
When I received the commission to draw a border terrier I was really excited, not only that, I was asked to draw him twice. One was a gift for christmas and the other a beautiful piece to put in their home.
It was the first time I had to do the same photo twice so I decided to draw them side-by-side. This photo is so cute with his tongue sticking out and I immediately fell in love with him.
I really love Christmas commissions, they are all done in secret, from arrangement, to previews and delivery. Here is one I did for a fellow dog walker I see most mornings, it was a gift to her husband.
With gifts it is a little sad not to know the reaction of the person when they see it, however I was sent a great video of him opening it. It made my Christmas morning xx