Friday, 9 November 2012

My inner artist.

For the first time, in a long time, this morning I fancied doing some drawing. This may have been to avoid doing assignments but nevertheless I wanted to draw. For the record I do have a foundation degree in Applied Art - but that is textiles, ceramics and jewellery, so not much drawing. I don't think I've drawn outside of school/college since I did my A-levels all those years ago! 

Of course I drew animals, what else would I draw? So here are my bunnies.



They're a bit poop, but I'd thought I would share anywho! I actually realised how much I used to love just doodling, it kind makes you feel relaxed and chilled. Probs not the best thing to do BEFORE looking at my assignment, whoops.

Did you ever do one-lined drawings in school or college? I remembered I loved trying to make an image out of one line. We used to time our selves too, so you would maybe only have 60 seconds to draw a one lined image. I thought I needed to rekindle my youth a little so did some one lined drawings too. 


It only seems to have one leg.. weird.

What do you like to do to de-stress?

Katie xx
P.S I got another tattoo yesterday, but I'm waiting for a few days until I show you!



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4 comments

  1. I love your rabbits - they are so cute. I actually haven't drawn since I finished doing a-level art. The teacher we had really put me off the subject for good. I haven't drawn now for like seven years. At all. Which is a shame because I really loved it and I keep meaning to restart but I either don't know what to draw and then again my confidence has pretty much gone in that aspect!

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  2. Aw I love the second bunny, sitting down. So cute :)
    Daniella x

    http://daniella-r.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. really like the rabbit ones,remind me of enid blytons peter rabbit :)

    vanessa
    xxx
    www.vanessalucy.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. Super cute and you are crazy talented.

    Txx

    http://fantasticfunfashion.blogspot.co.uk/

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