I am still not back into painting every day or very often, but I try to keep at the sketching. I think it will keep me connected and the fingers limber. My style in sketching and in painting is to do it quickly. I feel that I am getting closer to the day!
Number 2, part of a body - my hand. My thumb looks big like I sketched from a photo and used the camera's perspective.
Number 4, graceful - a blade on the ceiling fan in the living room
Number 5, flat - the top of a nesting table
Number 6, uniform shape - the coasters are uniform, even if I don't draw them that way.
Derek Cameron has some fine art on his website. www.artderek.com He is in our Southwest and Western Art forum on wet canvas. He does beautiful work and paints trompe L'oeil (fool the eye painting) work along with his multi media work. This is a link to one of his trompe L'oeil paintings http://cam.fineartstudioonline.com/workszoom/1248315 on his website. This is to a link on Pinterest of a new one he posted on wetcanvas.com http://www.pinterest.com/pin/16677461095991300/ I really like the barns. Have fun looking at Derek's work.
Joanna is coming to dinner, well, stopping at the Roadhouse and picking up dinner so I need to go set the table. They have good food! http://www.roadhousebastrop.com/ The menu is on-line.
***PS. Bag Blog mentioned in the comments William Acheff doing his trompe L'oeil. Here is a link to a neat one http://www.nationalcowboymuseum.org/events/pdw/onlinecatalog/ArtistCatalog.aspx?ID=1