Finished piece for my tattoo decided on a humming
bird instead of a butterfly because they're
just so fantasy like with how fast and
beautiful they are.
One day, though, I started to draw a horse for my daughter, her favorite animal. Well, as I was shading, the horse started coming to life, more real looking with every muscle I shaded. Yes, I startle myself with every drawing I do, every idea I come up with, and every time they turn out good. As amazed as I was, when I finished the horse I was still afraid to go forward with the overall picture. I knew what I wanted to do and where I wanted to go with it, but I was too afraid of making, one of the best drawings I've ever done, into a total disaster. So I spent, I don't know, probably a year, maybe a little less, of not touching the picture, admiring the fact that I could draw(and shade) so well when I hardly have time to practice, and boy, all the neglect I've shown my art over these many years. A day came when I decided that if I could draw such a beautiful horse, and wanted so bad to finish my idea instead of always just "talking/thinking" about it finally convincing myself that it will be so awesome when I do finish a drawing, and so good, too. When I did pick up my picture again it definitely surprised me, after a year of not drawing, how easy it was to turn outlines into a masterpiece while shading. How good could I be if I just drew more, I ask myself? So over the past 2 months I've drawn quite a bit. I have some solid foundations of black and white pictures.
Well guys I'm off but I'll leave you with a few closing pictures :)
|making Homemade pizza with my little one...|
doesn't get any better than that!
|someone really loves Aerosmith! lol|
turned out pretty cool, I say!
|And this guy here I seen over on the island where I work! We had to try and|
slide by this guy with on a golf cart at 630 in the am!
luckily he was just a little guy!
yours truly, Krista.