Saturday, March 15, 2008

Filled Page

The Daily Drawing prompt a couple of days ago was to fill a page with animals, objects, lines whatever. I have never done this. It was a struggle for me and this was a small sheet of paper. Here it is all done in graphite pencil. Yawn...

9 comments:

Teri C said...

Well, wow, you did a great job filling that page!! Great!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

It was a struggle Teri. I am not sure I liked this exercise. I am trying to draw more though. I am hoping it will help.

SUNRISE SISTER said...

I haven't visited in a few days - love what you've been doing!

oxoxo

beckie said...

Lisa, I think it is great. It's actually an insight into how and what you are thinking! Studying it takes a while to see all the things you have on there. Very interesting!

Forever Young said...

wow too, i love doing this sorta thing...have decided to add you to my list of favourites as your blog is terrifically fun and interesting.hello new friend.

albertapostcards said...

doing challenges like this is what keeps our creativity fresh and growing. Bravo!

Q said...

Dear Lisa,
Looks to be a hard exercise!
Also very interesting. Nice you shared this for other artist that are looking for ways to stay inspired.
Sherry

garden girl said...

Lisa, you're a woman of many talents! I'm glad I stumbled upoon your art blog. I love your artwork. I like this alot - it reminds me of pages from my youngest daughter's sketch book.

She's been drawing since she was very little, and we always noticed a very special quality of spirit and animation in her art.

She likes pencil drawing, and a lot of times she just fills up a page with a variety of interesting images, much like this. Hers also usually include a number of musical instruments and symbols like this one of yours does.

Those are some of my favorites of hers. They're always reflective of her personality and her interests.

I really enjoyed looking at all the objects on your fill-the-page project. It was a happy accident running into your new blog!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

thanks for all the comments everyone.

Garden Girl, I know my drawings are very juvenile. I am a beginner after all. You daughter is lucky she is persuing her artistic side while she is young. Tell her I said "you go girl".