On the way home from work on Friday, I made a doodle of a sailor that I saw on the train. On the way to work earlier that day, I finished a doodle of the Sears Tower, which is, of course, now called the Willis Tower.
Tonight I did a pen drawing of a woman in the same style as the man I drew the other day. I am kinda digging the style because I’m really enjoying creating these sorts of creepy characters. Maybe I’ll do a few more in the upcoming weeks.
Did some pointillist squares in pen tonight. It was pretty easy, which was good because I made a rather fancy dinner of braised short ribs and my first-ever mashed homemade mashed potatoes. The meal turned out pretty good.
Tonight, I did a bit of a timed trial to create this picture of the famous La Boca neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I gave myself 10 minutes to draw the picture and 15 minutes to paint it. It came out okay and it was definitely good practice!
Related to Argentina, I am currently in the process of planning a trip to Buenos Aires and Patagonia for next February. I can’t wait to go!
I’ve been crazy busy tonight running errands and getting ready for the Vintage Bazaar tomorrow so I’m just posting a doodle I made during a meeting at work today. It was inspired by a smudge on the table that was shaped pretty much exactly like the front part of the dog. Kinda funny.
p.s. Jim thinks he looks like Boo. There’s a slight resemblance, I suppose.