Heart a Hatching
Image 61 is me playing with checks again.
In Image 62 I used templates and rulers as well as freeform.
In Image 63 I wanted to see what would happen if I cracked open a heart like an egg. And see--there are little hearts inside!
I started dancing when Image 64 was finished. My second attempt at reverse silhouette. Aren't they a sweet couple? As you can see though, I'm still very much into using the engraving stroke.
Image 65 was a test to see how a little color would work.
Image 66 is an early pencil doodle quickly drawn.
Image 67 is a kind of doodle I've done since childhood. The doodle is one continuous line without crossing another line. I did a LOT of these in class.
Images 68, 69 are both an attempt to incorporate watercolor into my doodles. I intend on pursuing in the future, but I have to learn more about the medium. These two are painted on watercolor paper.
Image 70 is my one attempt to doodle with color pens. I didn't particularly care for the result. When using just the black pen the picture doesn't look so chopped, although, with the color it's easy to see how I put the doodle together.
For Image 71 I was still in my checker state.
Still enthralled with engraving in Image 72.
With Image 73 I was playing with depth.
Image 74 is just a doodle.
These drawings are more practice. Image 75 was too big for my scanner so some of the border is cut off.
Image 76 didn't cooperate during the drawing process. I'd thought I was going to draw a bunch of little clown faces but ended up with just this one large one. I'm not disappointed though.
Image 77 is another study in silhouettes.
Image 78 is one of the drawing demos in the Design Gallery.
Image 79 is one of the drawing demos in the Design Gallery.
Image 80 is also included in the Design Gallery. It is simple, but one of my favorites.