Love this, Stevie! Such character and expression in the simplest of lines. Neat-o!
Now that's original but I can't decide which I like best. I think the left one! :)
The kids have learned a little about blind contour in their art classes this year! Is this a pic of Avery?
Far better than anything I could draw while looking.. maybe even tracing. ;)
Beth! Yes, it is Avery. I'm thrilled you recognize her...the glasses are a dead giveaway aren't they?
better than anything I've ever drawn....love the glasses
Fantastic, Stephanie! Wonderful wonderful, wonderful!
I would not even attempt to show what I drew blind. Of course, I wouldn't show what I drew, sighted. I am the world's lousiest artist. Thankfully, you are not.
These are so fun!
I'm quite impressed, actually! I don't think the eyes would be inside the glasses if I had done it! ha!
ExcellentWhen I was in school one of my art teachers assigned us the task of blind drawing without lifting our pen or pencil so that the sketch was one continuous line .. not easy
Hi Stevie, These are great! I love the power of flowing lines!
...These are wonderful!
these are just great - I need to learn to draw
OH good, I hope you draw more people. I have missed seeing your people. People look like this when I draw them with my eyes open.
That is really well made! I am not sure I could do this at all.;) In fact, you draw portraits better with your eyes closed than I would with my eyes open.;)Have a great Sunday and a week Stevie.;)xo
My stick people should meet your people. Lol. Really fun post!
Wow - those are excellent Stevie!I visited a modern art museum in Dublin today. Know what - YOU missed your vocation.
fabulous and so brave to post!
I love it! You did a great job.
this is seriously adorable!!!
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."