Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Noodle Doodling

I tried to copy the technique of someone I follow on youtube, but its not happening. But I don't care. It is what it is and I have no shame. If nothing else, I did something. You know the old saying... "Do something! Anything!!" So I did.

 

 


Below is how I would like to leave things until I'm ready to use them again. Only on a much longer table. One not made of glass, too.
 

But alas... I must put at least some of the stuff away.
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9 comments:

cat's momma said...

Hey, cool drawings! I would love to be able to leave my supplies out too...I think I would use them more if I could do that. Hannah's teasing me is she knocks on my door and comes in and with an evil grin on her face she says "I'm gonna get into Ya-Ya's stuff!" She gets carried away, and so I have to carry her away.

Brenda said...

Glad you posted the pictures. I think they are good especially the second one. I love to make messes and leave them out. The only time I clean is when we have company.

2nd Cup of Coffee said...

Dear Crusty, glad you stopped by my blog and left a comment, although you stopped in in the middle of a weird, farcical kind of moment that would probably prohibit most first timers from returning. Oh well. Glad you enjoyed it!

Rudee said...

I likes them... Like Brenda, I like the second one best. Your work space looks more organized than mine.

Sandy said...

Love the lips on the second one! Good for you drawing and painting.

I cleaned my room the other night and had a lot to organize again because I do leave some of it out too long on my nightstand. I still sit on my bed and draw, especially in winter.

Sandy said...

how's the computer doing...

Rosy said...

I like the second picture best...Sometimes when I think I have power of just simply leaving out my art stuff then here comes the queen of the house...the Cat!

I got this Cat Name Lucy and she just sits right on top of my artwork, sometimes she will even push my art stuff onto the floor when she thinks there isn't any room on the table to suit her needs...and then there is her little helper my dog who comes along and decides to give a helping hand by chewing on a pencil or steals my eraser that Lucy has shoved off of my art table.

What I use for an art table is a folding table, however I don't really like it all of that much cause it is one of those padded kinds.

Roshanda said...

These are fun and free! I love them. I have a horrible time with "just doing". If I don't feel on top of my game, I don't do anything. I need to get away from that.

platitudinal said...

Hello Crusty :)
Thank you for visiting my blog. I like the shades you used in your painting, some times using a few colors yield simple beauty that is not distracting.

*I wish I can leave things as is too when I'm not done with a project.