Saturday, December 18, 2010

Sketchbook pages


For my Sketchbook Journal, I walked around this page for days. Now I am pleased with the results. The subject is lines and grids. Most of these lines can be used as quilting patterns. Only three more pages and I will be finished. Is it the last minute yet?


11 comments:

jill said...

This is a great drawing and I love the way you have depicted the theme of ln as we speakines and grids. Good luck with completing and sending it. My sketchbook is on its way to Brookly

Shirley said...

Fabulous! I can also see this in fabric!

curiouscrow said...

Your sketchbook pages are fabulous and I love the sketch of the man in the post below.

Judy said...

So enjoying your Sketchbook project. this last sketch is wonderful. So much texture!

raena said...

This is wonderful! I think that your pages have become more and more complex, sort of evolving, looking for the grand finale! (ohh, hope that doesn't put too much pressure!)

Cathy Holtom said...

I really love this, it's a great idea and well drawn. I am impressed with what you have done with your theme, you have come up with some original ideas.

Alex said...

Great use of negative space =) And it's totally unique too.
Thanks for your comments Sandra, and yes I love giving encouragement to people. I just forgot that sometimes I need it for myself too ;)

donna said...

This is a great page! I love all of the patterns.

PAMO said...

A beautiful drawing! Very lively and well composed.
Congratulations on heading toward the finish line. That is quite an accomplishment.

Lisa Reed said...

This is so interesting!!

Sharon said...

This is wonderful! I love the white figures against the textured squares! :)