That was a fun month of sketches. I whipped up this collage but I’m sure there’s lots of sheep missing. Maybe they went for a stroll.
I saw a variation of this on the internet and thought it was perfect for hungry. Better than my first (applecore attempt) although I should have sketched the front sheep before doing the hay bale.
Here’s the prompt list for those who want to join in:
As a stroke of luck, I sketched a goose a couple of days ago, so I’m using that for draw a bird day.
I used a copyright free photo for the reference. You’d think I’d have my own by now living here but I’ve only gotten this close:
This is just down the road. When we went to Barrie with my parents we got quite close to them on the beach. My mum painted the photo:
I love the honk honk when they fly over.
Look out for all the other birds around the blogosphere today.
There’s something about Polar Bears that is quite magical. They are strong and silent.
At the zoo once I felt some real polar bear fur. It was hard on the outside and soft on the inside.
They are quite scary creatures which makes this video quite a nice surprise:
I didn’t get very far with my drawing. I blame hockey and yoga 😉
WP has chopped his head off!
My daughter is learning about filling your bucket and not dipping into other people’s buckets.
Saturday seems a great day to fill buckets. We’ll have to wait a while before it’s with sand.
We’re off to see Zootopia then we’ve got friends coming. I’m thinking Saturday is becoming an art free fill your bucket kind of day.
If I do get some art time maybe I’ll paint a bucket. How are you going to fill your bucket today?