Juggling life through a bi-polar lens. Sometimes up, sometimes down. Mostly trying to tread water in the middle. Creating a likeness to a normal life. Whatever "normal" is...

Thursday, 23 November 2006

In the pipeline....


A new one is coming, I've been laid up with a wretched cold so not in much of a creative mood! But this is my next subject. Her name is Gracie. Isn't she beautiful? Check back next week to see her sketch!

9 comments:

Gattina said...

What a comfy picture ! Me too I am here today with a running red nose and a lot of tissues around ! My head feels like a blown up baloon ! Are you better ?

Gattina said...

Here I am again ! I have a proposition to make if you could read it on http://gattinamycats.blogspot.com/
Have got this idea yesterday going from Blog to Blog for Thursday 13 group !

Helena said...

Hi Gattina!
I have added my link to your list but coulsn't leave a comment at the time- blogger was having problems!

Gattina said...

For infos Please come to my blog, CATS ON TUESDAY is created.

Susan said...

Helena,
Thanks for stopping by my blog and also for leaving your comment. Your sketches are awesome, You really have quite a talent. Ill pop by again to see your new picture when its complete.

mousie said...

hello my sweetheart do you feel better?
thanks for your kind messages...
Gracie is a real beauty...
see you
Mousie

Gattina said...

If you start blogging again, I have created a new group of people who write once a week on tuesday about their cats. If you are interested infos are on my blog.

iralamija said...

Thanks for your comments on my blog.

Bety.

Helena said...

Thanks everyone.
It took a long time to do this one. Part of the idea of this blog is to challenge myself to draw when I REALLY DON'T FEEL LIKE IT! Otherwise what happens is I draw half a dozen pictures in a month, then nothing for a year....

Well I had to do this one whilst really NOT in the mood. I wanted to find out what difference it made, if any.

Result- it makes a HUGE difference. Less patience, for a start, less of an 'eye'- less concentration. And, less enjoyment. Hence it took longer. The experiment continues...

Bety, your craftwork is brilliant. I've added your site to the links at the bottom of mine.

Helena