I hope some of you will join me in posting here or other places (Instagram? Twitter?) for this tiny series of illustrations. Here’s my first picture in the series:
I cannot believe that November is already almost over or that December is right around the corner! And SO is Holidoodle.
Finally, here’s the last prompt. I tried to think of something I hadn’t shown with a child already and this is what I came up with.
There are so many different ways I could’ve gone with this. BUT I decided I didn’t want to do anything too elaborate.
I had a harder time with this one, but then I started to think about who really expresses this emotion this time of year: kids. And rather than show what they were wondering at, I wanted to focus on that expression. It was helpful that I saw one such kiddo at the Christmas Eve candlelight ceremony […]
Soooo I got behind. I’m a terrible contest host. I’m sorry. I didn’t expect school to be quite that intense this last week and I completely forgot about family visiting out of town and presents that needed to get finished (us creative types like to make them, you know). I’m sure I’m NOT alone in […]
It really doesn’t help to have a prompt if you’ve already used it as a background for something else. Trying to come up with something fresh for the same topic is more of a challenge.
I admit that this was NOT the easiest prompt for me. I had NOTHING for inspiration. THUS it is a day late.
What better surprise is there around Christmas time?
I started with a different idea, but then I saw a flock of Bohemian Waxwings and knew what I had to do.