Zelda in Ink
Another cat pattern inspired by my younger cat.
I had a space of time where I was too busy to do much drawing or doodling, so one night I just played around with a few different colored pens and abstract flower shapes.
Another shape of patterns inspired by my younger cat who, whenever there is an umbrella open to dry insists on sitting underneath it and nowhere else, even napping there instead of on the couch or chairs.
We passed this place probably thousand times and I never paid attention to that cute restaurant advertising, tall trees, few roofs, cars, parked on the driveways. It doesn’t have to be exotic or picturesque to bring you joy, could be 4 seconds glance on the side of road on the way to work or going home and it will fill you up with happiness. I used ink and 2 Kuretake pens.
On the other side of the looking glass
My submission for the February 2012 theme challenge (should post by the end of the month if all goes according to plan).
In mid-January I was able to visit a friend in Southern Kentucky after a conference and the drive home took me along the historic Bourbon Trail. I was able to visit three different distilleries (Bourbon is my spirit of choice), and take a tour of the Maker’s Mark operation. It was an incredibly pleasant trip with good friends for company.