These are my final #PetSket drawings. I did a five day challenge, using sport as my theme. Day 1-focus, 2-kick, 3-leap, 4-push, 5-vault.
Look at what some of the other amazing PetSketters are sharing here: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/petsket/
It’s time to wrap up the PetSket Collective. It’s been 3 years, can you believe it? (read my first musings here)
So join me for a final #PetSket challenge. Let’s share our daily drawings in July 2018 – one last time!
Choose a number of days. Draw on each of those days. Share it with the PetSket Collective! #petsket
A heartfelt thanks to each and every person who has taken part and shared their drawings over the last few years. There have been some truly inspiring moments along the way.
Here are some of my faves:
Head over to the instagram/twitter/facebook pages to see what it’s all been about.
#petsket on Instagram
#petsket on Twitter
#petsket on Facebook
Thanks, and hope to see you for a final #PetSket drawing challenge in July!
Learning a little German at the moment and found out that it’s ‘German Unity Day’ today. Here’s a sketch I did a while back on the idea of ‘unity’. I thought the hands together looked quite like a heart.
“Frohe Feiertage, Deutschland!” (“Happy Holidays, Germany!”)
What’ve I been up to lately? Head down and drawing, that’s what! Been in a lovely fug of work, collaborating on a huge project with Collins Learning. Very excited to share it with you soon, but not quite time yet!
In the meantime here are a few of my favourite #petsket sketches from the last few months. Head over to petsketcollective.com to join in!
Did you know that alligators have wide shaped mouths, while crocodiles have pointy ones? And when an alligator’s mouth is closed only their top teeth are visible- you can see all of a croc’s, grrr.
Been busy this month, here’s an autumn gif (my first attempt at making one of these!) an alligator sketch and some character designs for another Hitrecord project.