Image 211--Oh what a challenge! The ink bled into the fabric. Lots of work, but it turned out ok after all. Need to sew a fancy button in the middle of the heart. This image is also included in the section: Beyond the Pad.
Image 212 was started last year but I didn't like it so never finished. Still don't particularly care for it, but the challenge was to finish.
Image 213 I used a fine point Sharpie instead of a fabric pen or the Micron artist pen and it worked better on the canvas. Still bled, but not near as much.
Working on fabric is so much different than paper and I'm still getting used to this medium.
Image 214 is a simple doodle just because.
Image 215. I did the framwork several months ago and doodled the picture today. It was drawn to blend with the frame.
Image 216 is feather practice.
Image 217. Was in the mood to do a quilt.
Image 218 took about 20 minutes to draw. It's also included in the Quickies section.
Image 219, also in the Quickies, took about 5 minutes. The black outline is so light because I scanned with color due to the eyes. In contrast, image 218 was scanned in black.
Image 220. This began as a squiggle and evolved. I had recently purchased Prismacolor's warm and cool gray markers and thought it would be fun to use them, along with the black, to color in the checks. Then I kept going with the color. This is a new medium for me and I didn't know what I was doing. Kinda different.