Yes, time to write about yet another drawing challenge! This one is pretty well-known by now, and it’s led by Marc Taro Holmes and Liz Steel, taking place once or twice a year, each over a five-day stretch. It’s one of my favorite challenges to do, as it closely aligns with my daily practice during my commute to and from work. This year, the first instance of this challenge took place on March 5–9.
As always, I’m a little bit late with this post. Scanning, stitching, and optimizing 31 images just made me spectacularly lazy. But hey, better late than never. Ahem.
I’ve got an unhealthy collection of mugs, but only use a few repeatedly.
Long time no post. Again.
This poor neglected blog. I’ve all intention, and no action, so no viable excuse, just the same old chant you’ve read about before: Life came at me, y’all. (more…)
A trip anywhere is an opportunity to sketch. And if one is fortunate enough to travel with people who understand this, well…
The company I work for is small, but has a staff comprised of one full-time employee (me) and three female independent contractors regularly engaged in active projects. We all sport red on this day, in many different ways. May your environment be as fully supportive of women, their choices, and lives.