Wednesday is anti-procrastination day over at www.flylady.net
so it's a busy day here!
I start it out thinking Oh no, all the boring things I've been putting off
, but it's amazing how I cheer up as the day goes on and I tick them off, clearing my head as I go.
My 98 year old student (yes, you read that rightly) and I have agreed to do a simple drawing a day to get us back into the drawing habit. A little pocket size sketch book and 10 - 15 minutes a day.
Don't know where to start? Draw your breakfast!
Don't forget to comment on 9th Nov post for the chance to win Getting Things Done book...
The Northern Lights were beautiful, but not here sadly, though I did spend a couple of utterly peaceful hours in a cosy chair by the firelight, facing the window and contemplating the stars!
This morning however, when I peeked out the front door, I was met by the beauty of the first real frost of the season...
Booking has begun for the Drawing for Non Artists course www.drawingfornonartists.weebly.com
I'd be most grateful if you would pass this on to anyone you think might be interested.
If you can't make the drawing class take a look at Drawing On The Right Side of The Brain by Betty Edwards. The most intelligent how to draw book ever. Trust me.
Here is Karen's drawing on week seven of the ten week course. Not a good photocopy. But a good drawing.