Images 141 and 142 are more practice. Lots of detail that doesn't show due to being so reduced.
Image 143 was playing with newly arrived stencils
Image 144 was more stencil practice mixed in with the doodles. The inside border is very detailed as this is another quite large drawing.
Image 145 is just more practice.
Image 146 is also included in Quickies. It's amazing
how such a simple doodle can still be fun and pleasing.
Image 147 is a greeting card template. I can import it into a Word document, then add a greeting in the blank area by adding a text box. Works quite well.
I don't understand why some images turn out so light and others so dark. They are all drawn with the same ink.
Image 148 is another drawing that is quite pretty in the real world. Lots of detail that doesn't show here.
Images 151 and 152 are more practice.
October 2009. I've gotten started drawing again after a year and a half of life and doing other things. Image 153 was started this July while visiting in California for the month. Finally finished!
Image 154 I discovered half finished in a folder so also completed this drawing. The paper is larger than my scanner so once again the border is cut off.
Image 155 was about a third finished and probably
started about 2006.
I'm feeling the need to launch out and do something a bit different with the doodles but not sure just what yet. Perhaps playing with more animals. We'll see!
I thoroughly enjoyed image 156. I started out with the squiggley ribbons and filled them in.
Image 157 was another fun practice.
Image 158 was trying my hand at something different using pen & ink.
Image 159 is more doodle practice.