Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Another iPad Drawing

Several years ago, I became involved with a project of Jaye's over at the Artquiltmaker blog. Jaye called it the Creative Prompt Project with the idea that each week she would provide a word prompt. Those of us who wanted to participate could interpret the word in any creative manner we chose and then post it.  This really was what got me posting my doodles, the early ones were done as quickly as possible and posted before I lost my nerve.  I have to credit Jaye and this initiative with getting me to actually "show" my work
Unfortunately, at some point, I sort of drifted away from doing the prompts, Recently, Jaye announced that she is going to be bringing the project to a close when she hits 365 of them.......currently, the CPP is at #364

Well.......when I saw what she posted for #364, I knew I had to respond....after-all, what better word to have for someone like myself who is most comfortable working in greyscale

#364 is Zebra.......this fella was drawn on my iPad.....you may notice that these days I tend to obsess over every line...the beauty of my iPad is that I can erase and redraw as much as I like and not run out of ink or put a hole in my work  :-)


9 comments:

Jaye said...

Fabulous! I love it. Thanks for participating.

Robbie said...

This is amazing!!! As usual!!1

Anne-Marie B. said...

Splendid! Thanks for sharing!

Jean said...

Your drawings are truly amazing! I so enjoy seeing your work. Have you ever posted any tutorials on how you accomplish such beautiful drawings on your iPad? I would love to learn how to accomplish even a much simplified version of your doodles.

La MaƱosa said...

This is really lovely! How cool that Jaye's project inspired you to share and now your sharing inspires others!

Diane J. Evans said...

He's wonderful, Jill. And we can clearly see that he is a white zebra with black stripes!

Diane

Glenda said...

i love the idea of random prompts. Your zebra is wonderful. I especially love the mane, so short and bristly.

Createology said...

Zebras hold such mystique for their amazing black and white stripes. They capture our attention and hold it infinitely and your beautiful Zebra is doing the very same magic. Embracing Creative Bliss...

shirley said...

Oh, my....how wonderful

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