I'll start with something I drew at Church. On Wednesdays I took a class at church, but I was always half an hour early because I also worked the Food Pantry Wednesdays. So, while I waited I started to play with the dry erase markers and drew on the board. Everyone liked it so I kept adding more and more to it to see how long it would take before they erased it. Here is the progression.
Week 1: Thought it was fun to draw, expected it to be erased by the next weeks class. (The room is used by other classes and groups during the week.)
Week 2: Okay, they did not erase so I decided to add to it for fun.
Week 3: Now I find that they have drawn a line on the board showing that they won't erase, just use half the board. Now I am intrigued. I add the lion and keep watching.
Week 4: Okay, now I am really curious as to how far I can take this before they give up. I add the arc.
Week 4.5: This is the last night of classes and I have even more time so after drawing the arc I ask myself, "Well, do I leave them a little board space or use it all? Use it all of course"
As of Week 5: Still there.
Okay, done with that. Here are some other pieces I have drawn. They were mostly for fun, but I expect to use them in upcoming novels for the Bark story.
< B&W pencil
Detailed & colored>
This is Colin Wayne's superhero, named Arx, which is Latin for stronghold. He will have a cameo in the next novel.
Stopped by an overlook near my hometown and took a few pictures. East Tennessee is such a beautiful place to live. >
And last we have the project that I am working on through a correspondence class from the Embroiderers Guild of America. This is pulled thread work. Never done this before, not sure if I have the hang of it yet. I will show you the project as I progress alone.