I haven’t had a lot of time to mess around in my sketchbok due to homework projects, but it seems like the past couple Fridays have worked out well to fit in some experimenting.
Lately, I have been looking for different recipes to try, which are becoming fun muse to illustrate.
I’ve always loved that feeling of freedom you get on Friday afternoons, anticipating the start of the weekend, especially when our weather is sunny and mild.
It takes some getting used to working in a sketchbook because these pages are so much bigger than the art cards I got used to working on in 2011. I’m having fun playing with mixed media on these pages, using a Verithin pencil to lay down my touch sketch, markers for outlining and journaling, and different watercolors (field box, Inktense pencils, and watercolor crayons). Every page feels like an experiment, which I really enjoy.
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I like the recipe twist:) Yum!
These are great Terri – loving the recipe twist which is an excellent muse for a foodie. I’ve gotta tell you though (hushed whisper… I miss our art card size, sometimes a journal page seems really big to fill!) I’m glad you’re having fun with lots of different mediums. And yes, Friday feelings are THE BEST!
I also like the recipe sketches!..i’m still continuing my Free day Friday so Fridays are becoming a look forward to day
Friday is a grande day!! Now if Spring would hurry up and get here!
Love your sketches Terri! I think your Friday afternoons is my favorite, although it is hard to resist those food drawings 😉
Good on you girl,love the contrast with your sunny picture and the snow photo’s in your previous post.
Love your sketchbook pages! I might have to try out that spinach smoothie!
I will have to try that smoothie. Love your illustration!!
More good sketches. When I could only see the second one out of the corner of my eye, I thought it was a menorah. LOL. 🙂 The colors must have been what made me think that.