Monday, 22 April 2013

Anything Goes, Quilt 'n Sew #14 - A long, LONG time ago...

2002 - I chose to put this one first as it's my favorite!



...I used to enjoy pencil sketching.  So I thought of sharing these with all of you today.  Some of these are not complete, you'll notice that many of my pictures don't have a face or even a head.  That was the one part of drawing that I messed up completely, oh and the hands... 

I've tried to put these in order, from NEWEST to OLDEST... I wrote the dates on the back so it was easier putting them in order.  I have not tried to draw anything in such a long time, I wonder if I even still can...

2007
2007
2007
2001 - I drew this one from a greeting card.

2001
2001 - My first try at using charcoal
2000
1998
1998
The next two pictures was my very first drawings, both was done in 1993.. I was 15 years old!

1993

1993
Let's get to this week's linky party

It's Monday and a new week, so lets all share some of our projects, please link up any current projects you've been working on, anything at all...  This link is open for a week and will run every Monday.  Remember to come back next week, or follow my blog to get regular updates.

If you wish feel free to add any other blog posts you write during the week, since this linky stays open for a full week, I think its a great idea to share and keep sharing.

All I ask is that you either add the 'Anything Goes' blog button to your sidebar or add a text link to your blog post, and comment on a few of the other links too, share the love and make this weekly link party a fun way to connect.

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Happy quilting.


8 comments:

ratama said...

I just have to say: WOW! I can't draw anything but a house and a tree.

Susan Owenby said...

I get into a lot of art styles, mediums, color and general expression. I genuinely love them all and see beauty everywhere I look. My favorite though - always - pencil and charcoal drawings. There's something amazing about telling a story with such simple tools. It's like a window right into the heart of the artist's mind. If you enjoy doing it, you should keep at it. Even if just for expression and exploration! :)

Lorna McMahon said...

I love this post! Your drawings are really good - better than you give yourself credit for... I used to draw A LOT when I was young, too, but only wildlife. I could never draw people. Since I started quilting, it has renewed my desire to draw and it all comes back to you. Quite relaxing. Have fun with it!

Vicki in MN said...

Wow you are an artist in my eye, they're great, thanks for sharing another side of yourself with us!

Kristy @ Quiet Play said...

Lovely sketches!

MariƩ du Toit said...

O jou tekeninge is pragtig- ek sien 'n Art Quilter in wording!

Whitney said...

WOW sooo talented! good for you for getting back to it!

Karen at Fireball said...

Very nice drawings. I am sure you can draw hands; your foot is very nice! I have used my own hand as a model before--usually my left hand is the model since I am right-handed!

I also recently pulled out some sketches with the idea that I might turn them into a quilt project (probably a wall hanging or a panel for a tote bag, something like that. I have always loved to draw but haven't done much of it in years.

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