Week 27 – 365 days of art challenge

8 Jul

The year is flying by! We are now done with Week 27 of the 365 days of art challenge. More than halfway thru the year. I feel good that I have posted every day with my inchies and twinchies and tweenchies. They are usually fairly simple, but still engaging my creative side. Here is this week’s bunch. They look rather color coordinated this week. I certainly didn’t plan that. A happy surprise.

I almost didn’t get my sketch done this week. So I think I kind of rushed doing it. I love looking at birds and there are so many bird photos on-line to copy from. I found this pretty blue jay (I think). I didn’t get the head quite right, but otherwise it looks OK. I used colored pencils and a charcoal pencil this week.

by Deb Prewitt

by Deb Prewitt

Thanks for following my adventure. 🙂

#bts365days

~Deb

Let Your Inner Artist Out to Play

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4 Responses to “Week 27 – 365 days of art challenge”

  1. Sonja Milojevic July 9, 2014 at 5:26 am #

    Isn’t it interesting how colors find us sometimes? It’s like we don’t choose them, they choose us. I like the color palete! And the cketch too!

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    • Deb Prewitt July 9, 2014 at 7:22 am #

      I deliberately don’t plan my inchies and twinchies or the sketch, just so it can truly be more random and more what I am feeling for that day. But sometimes a pattern still emerges. 🙂

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  2. Lynnita Knoch July 10, 2014 at 6:41 pm #

    Your work is inspiring again this week. I especially like the texture of the cardboard twinchie! Your blue jay is wonderful! I miss seeing them when we lived in the midwest and east. See scrub jays in northern AZ, but not here in the desert. I did digital art this week. http://lynnitaknoch.blogspot.com/2014/07/week-27-of-365-days-of-art-challenge.html

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    • Deb Prewitt July 11, 2014 at 6:35 am #

      Thanks so much. I love seeing your digital art. I haven’t really done any digital art yet, but I see a lot of people doing it and creating fabulous art. I’ll eventually get to it. 🙂

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