The local landscape in central Texas. http://susanrudat.blogspot.com/
Everything looks so prickly. Last time I was in Arizona it was like this—-seems there’s nowhere to spread a blanket for a picnic without getting bit or stung. Nice drawing though, as usual.
Thanks, roseindigo. No way can you spread a picnic blanket on the ground around here. Between the plants, snakes and bugs, the picnic would be very uncomfortable.
awww yeuuuuh central tejas!
oh the memories, of teaching survival, and land navigation to ROTC cadets through stuff like that:)
Actually, I would LOVE to see this one in color for some reason.
Another great drawing Susan! Your style is clean and direct: amazing.
The sketch is, as usual, great. I dont fancy all of the snakes and bugs, however. The nearest thing we have to that, in Scotland, is the Adder snake, which bites about two folk a year, is rarely fatal and most Scots have never even seen one. It’s even better in Ireland where there are no snakes at all.
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