Saturday, May 05, 2007

Challenge 117 - round


This is a drawing of some of my neighbours childrens toys. They play ball adn cricket, etc in the driveway. They are leaving soon to move into their new home. I will miss them.
Lots of love from Susan in Australia

10 comments:

platitudinal said...

Susan, I enjoy looking your blog (and the other one). I appreciate your sensitivity and artistic ways. Thank you for sharing your art and a bit of yourself with us. You and your artwork are wonderful :)

*I am curious, what are you knitting?

Teri C said...

What a good job you did on this Susan. I would never have thought of that and now it is even more special that you are losing those neighbors.

Serena said...

Nice job, Susan! Sad that you will be losing your neighbours soon though ~

Susan Hosken said...

Didn't know how to answer platitudinal's question about what I am knitting. I am knitting an old fashioned twin set...short sleeved top and cardigan. I am also knitting a rug.
Thanks for asking and for your support. Seems like you crochet as well.
Lots of love from Susan in Australia

Shelly McC said...

great sketch!

caseytoussaint said...

wonderful job on this, Susan.

amy said...

Hi Susan, I just came over to look at your blog from the link at the ME/CFS Mac user group (you recently gave me some advice about whether to get a Mac - thank you). Your drawings are great! Hope you're ok at the moment.

natalief said...

That is such a good idea! Well executed as well!

*runs off to collect cats balls and toys*
;-p

martín said...

well done Susan!! It's fun how and where everyone finds their subject for the challenges, as Laura (Mommy Bee) told me the other days. Keep working!!! I'm e-mailing you now. Cheers!

aPugsLife-laserone said...

Hi! Cute drawing! I had another thought about finding time; Danny Gregory, in his book "the creative license", has a whole page that says things like "skip one sitcom: 3 drawings", "draw the news as you watch it: 4 drawings", "draw what you're cooking as it cooks: 1 drawing". I just read that page so it jumped into my mind. :)