June 7, 2010

Creativity Boot Camp #2

Well here's #2. Picnic.
I'm not sure how I feel about my drawing as of late... it hasn't been my best {sad face}
We are supposed to write about how we accept ourselves as artists and what and artist is to us.
I don't always accept myself as an artist, and I never think I have what it takes to be called an artist. Maybe someday I'll have enough confidence to call myself an artist.

Woodland Picnic
I wanted to try something different... it's a little light but I think you can still see it ok.
Here are 2 I did not too long ago...made me think of picnic.





13 comments:

Jennifer said...

I think you are an artist. I personally think everyone is an artist, but it often takes effort to see and accept the unique abilities we have to offer. I very much like last two you posted.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Love the perspective on these; especially the "light" one.
rinda

Vicki said...

i like your drawings alot, they are great. i wish i could draw even a little bit. of course you are an artist - you have a talent xxx

Pink Kiwi Studios said...

I love your drawings! Keep up the good work.

Pink Kiwi Studios said...

I love your drawings! Keep up the good work.

The Hollywood Memoirs said...

Wow, those are beautiful. I think the last one is my favorite. It's so delicate. Almost like a vintage children's book illustration.

ashleigh said...

Thanks for the encouragement!!

Lynn said...

My goodness..these are lovely. I like them all but particularly the kneeling picture today.

Karen said...

Your drawings are so lovely. I especially like the last one as well.

Irene said...

I think your drawings are really good! I like the ones you did for Ivory too!

Carol Anne said...

Great job! Looking at these drawings I think you are an artist!

Tracy said...

Love the second to the last one!

blue china studio said...

Your drawings are wonderful. I cannot draw people for the life of me! My favorite is the last one. Can't wait to see your multilayered one,especially with the same theme as mine, I love seeing everyone's different interpretations.