Cup of Wine
Just playing around with a few ideas.
A Night’s Drinking With Friends
There is a neat little bar in Morgantown called Jay’s Getaway that specializes in imported and limited run beers (as well as plenty of offerings from smaller breweries around the states). By the end of our time there, we end up with ltos of interesting bottles and glasses on the table. This quick sketch was my attempt at capturing some of that variation in bottle and glass shapes and sizes.
Went to look for a coffeemaker and was stunned by the beauty of the glass singing its own melody on the dark industrial street under the train in Brooklyn. Still living with crappy coffeemaker but will remember that day with dust, sunlight, shadows and glass. Ink and touch of Inktense pencils on old, very old watercolor paper.
my attempt at a sort of stained-glass drawing using some old thin crayola markers i found lying around…
Had an evening with a little time to draw and ended up with another abstract page of swirls and what appears to be shattered glass.
Pear Wine in the Evening
Another page that sprang up in the quiet of the evening and that fits the theme challenge this month.
“Rudolph In My Room” A Christmas card drawing on Oslo Paper.
I decided to create personalized Christmas cards for my loved ones for this year.
Hopefully I can upload all the ones I’ve done.
I used Faber Castell Watercolor Pencils and A Winnie-The-Pooh mechanical pencil.
I wonder if Christmas lights count as glass? I know that there are also some made from plastic so yeah, lol.
Stained Glass Christmas Window – Inktense in a Moleskine Sketchbook
This, coincidentally, looks like “Boofredlay”s recent posting http://www.skineart.com/art/author/boofredlay/
but, honest, I didn’t plagiarise your stuff, my friend.
This idea started as something for this months challenge. A friend of mine makes stained glass objects as a hobby and she gave me some ideas about how to design these things. I, therefore. decided to design a “window”, with a Christmas theme to enter the challenge as well as to wish everyone a Happy Christmas. The Bells and Holly are traditional while the background is supposed to represent sails in the carol – “I saw three Ships.” Not too bad for a first attempt but – who would want a Christmas Window like this unless, of course, you stay in a church? Ah the best laid plans of mice and men gang aft algley. Not to worry. Seasons Greetings everyone – including Boofredlay.
Persimmon Margarita. It was not as delicious as it was really pretty. In this tall flute wine glasses. We listen to our long loved Cherry Poppin’ Daddies and Squirrel Nut Zippers. Never got tired of them. I used ink and Inktense pencils for bits of color in Moleskine.