Monday, May 07, 2007

Everyday in May grid


I've been doing grids for the Everyday in May challenge. I am totally energised and inspired by the challenge. Normally I've been drawing once a week now it is everyday. I hope the inspiration continues throughout the year. I never realised how creative I am being with my writing, journaling, collage, embroidery, knitting, etc.
I highly recommend grids to other people finding it hard to draw. The little sketches are such a delight to do.
Lots of love from Susan in Australia

7 comments:

aPugsLife-laserone said...

Grids sound like a lot of fun! These little sketches are really good! Some days I have NO time to draw, other days I get several sketches done. I often draw in my car while waiting for an appointment, or when people ask me what I want to do on Saturday I say "the only thing I insist on is getting to Borders" because I love to sit in the cafe at Borders and draw. But some days I never do find time. :)

paulien said...

Dear Susan,
I absolutely love this grid. I love how you are getting more and more done every day and improving so much. The grids are an excellent idea, I might just try them soon. Thanks for inspiring me.

E-J said...

Susan, great to see you feeling inspired and producing lots of sketches! Grids are such fun to do. It's so liberating to know that you can draw something as humble as "half a chair" and feel a sense of creative satisfaction - and decisions about cropping and composition are much less daunting on a small scale. I love your pears. I've learned that it's not about finding time, but making time. Looks as if you're doing a great job of that!

Nancy said...

Hi Susan - more grid ideas - I love them!

Teri C said...

Susan, what a great idea for your goal of everyday in May! I also love doing grids but haven't done any for awhile. You have inspired me.

Your little gridlets are just great!

Lynn said...

This really great! It looks like you had some fun doing it, too.

Serena said...

Great job and a page full of interest ~ :)