Here are the last 16 sketches from the online art challenge I have been recently taking part in. Everyday in May, along with other artists from around the world, I posted sketches of whatever the subject was on that particular day on the facebook page Every Day in May.
These pictures were created between May 17th to May 31st 2014, and topics included a cat, something dangerous, a park bench and something you bought while you were on a trip.
It has been really interesting to share creative experiences and it is wonderful to see how people interpret the different topics. I also really appreciate getting instant feedback on my images.
Every Day in May 2014 #19 Draw a rope – My daughter’s skipping rope.
Every Day in May 2014 #18 Draw something that needs to be polished – Great Grandad Arthur’s medals from World War II
Every Day in May 2014 #17 Draw a jar of hand soap.
Every Day in May 2014 #20 Draw a fork.
Every Day in May 2014 #21 Draw a close-up part of something – My gold and green chunky bracelet.
Every Day in May 2014 #24 Draw something you’ve always wanted – My glass to be half full rather than half empty.
Every Day in May 2014 #23 Draw a fan.
Every Day in May 2014 #22 Draw a remote control – Why don’t you, switch off your television set and go out and do something less boring instead?
My old cat Brzeska having a nap on the Syrian camel foot stool.
Every Day in May 2014 #27 Draw something dangerous – A chalk and charcoal sketch of an electon micrograph of a single breast cancer cell.
Every Day in May 2014 #28 Draw a truck – Hemglass, Sweden’s ice-cream truck.
Every Day in May 2014 #26 Draw a park bench – Lottie, Leon and Frida sat on a park bench in one of their favourite parks.
Every Day in May 2014 #29 Draw something that is your favourite colour – Olive Green.
Every Day in May 2014 #31 Draw some paper money – a 10,000 Tanzania Shilling note.
Every Day in May 2014 #30 Draw something you bought while you were on a trip – Two Bolivian statues wrapped in coloured fleece bought from the Witches Market in La Paz.