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Tag Archives: drawing
Is that another title that sounds dirty? Or is that just me? Probably the latter. Last night when I was totally frustrated with writing, I got out some pens and paper. This is the result. I guess this is kind … Continue reading
I’m a self-taught ‘graphic designer‘. I hesitate to use that title since I have no formal instruction… I don’t even come close to a professional… and I wing it with software I can afford. But I still do it… usually … Continue reading
This week’s theme for Haylee’s Moodle Army was ‘free rein’. Hm. Anything I want? I don’t think I can draw the hot surfer guy I dream of… the one who shows up and takes me away… (yes, I have detailed fantasies). … Continue reading
This week’s theme for Haylee’s Moodle Army was ‘become the hero of our own story‘. But… I’m no hero. I’m like Tina. My son told me I had to be Captain Donut… because of Homer. While I do believe the answer … Continue reading
This week’s theme for Haylee’s Moodle Army was ‘blow your own trumpet‘. The way I usually hear this expression is ‘Toot your own horn‘… maybe it’s an ocean-crossing thing… This theme was a challenge. I had no clue what to draw. … Continue reading
This (I mean last) week’s theme for Haylee’s Moodle Army was ‘look back‘. Well… I’m late. I think I was supposed to post this before 4pm local time. It’s well after midnight… but I’m just going to post it anyway. Because… … Continue reading
This week’s theme for Haylee’s Moodle Army is ‘lucky charm‘. I used to think lucky charms were a real thing when I was a little girl. I had a rabbit’s foot and everything. [How horrible! A poor bunny’s severed foot is … Continue reading