Saturday, May 8, 2010

EDiM #6-7


Ok, I am a bit behind with the challenges... partly due to a course I am participating in this weekend with talanted artist Gunnel Moheim. More about that later. Here are challenges #6 (favourite object or childhood toy) and #7 (tin, jar or bottle from the kitchen) anyway. A couple of quick sketches I made with the kids jumping around in the couch so not going for perfection here.... It is my youngest daughters favourit toy by the way since I couldn´t think of a favourite object of my own. Amazing with all the stuff I own that I have nothing I really couldn´t live without!
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This is part of the Everyday in May challenge - drawing an Everyday Matters (EDM)challenge each day using EDM 1-31. The list of participants in this particular May challenge can be found at Liz and Borrominis blog. The list of EDM challenges can be found here

11 comments:

  1. Fantastic sketch! I really like the colors and how you composed the entire page, which makes it an awesome journal page.
    Thank you for your comments on my Breaux Bridge sketch. I am glad you like the WIP ^^

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  2. Really nice! I like the way you picked up the horse's dots and put them i the frame of the page. The composition is great, the objects and text really work well together (especially with the shadows of the objects leaning towards each other). Like it!

    Did Hilda really let you borrow the horse for the time it took to sketch it? ;)

    Ser fram emot att får höra mer om kursen. Kram!

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  3. Lovely sketches - I like too the way you've tied the two images with the splashes of colour.

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  4. Very nice. I like the rocking horse.

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  5. It's a wonderful spread. I love all the dots, and you did a great job with the sketches. nancy

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  6. What a great journal page!

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  7. Nice composition. The shadows add a special touch.

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  8. lovely pages. the colours are soft and those blue dots and speckles connecting the two completely different objects is great

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  9. This is an amazing spread! I really love the horse and how you carried his dots over into the edging!!

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