Though the Sketchbook Four class is over, I am still plugging away at the sketches. I get on a bit of a roll and I just want to complete them all-ha!
The layout below is my take on KP's sketch #11:
The pics are from Bryant's fifth grade play (Tide Pool Condo's)last year. I have been meaning to scrap them for like...forev-ah!
He did so good. He spoke his lines loud & clear. He knew all the songs. He knew all the dance moves. The only thing that he did not like was...that his costume was pink! Oh well...
Everyone knows that I love a good sketch. Some sketches grab my attention right away and others I look at as a challenge. I looked at the one below as a challenge. It looks so simple, right? That is where I have a problem. I have a hard time with simple. I like lots of 'stuff'. The sketch below is last weeks 'Sunday Sketch' from the Studio Calico blog:
Here is what I came up with. I love this pic that Steve took of Bryant. Steve won some Red Sox tickets and took B, not me. That's okay though. They tried their hardest to get noticed by our local tv announcers to let me know that they were thinking about me. Love that!
Though Kelly Purkey's Sketchbook Four class ended this week. I have a few in process and I still have few more to work with. Very inspired! This layout is a couple of pics I took last summer of B and his cousin Ben. They look and act more like brothers, rather than cousins. They really are the coolest-ha! I found the perfect papers called 'A Boys Life' by EP. The colors and designs were perfect, cause you know that I am all about the matchy, matchy.
Bryant has been asking to get an Aeropostale sweatshirt for a while now.So for Easter this year, we decided this would be the perfect gift, since he no longer believes in the Easter bunny (insert sad face here.) They grow up so fast. He also wanted a few t-shirts too...
Imagine his surprise when he woke up Easter morning to all these goodies! I love this pic of him with all his new fashionable goodies. Yes, off course I had to scrap about it!
This is my take on sketch #4 from Kelly Purkey's Sketchbook Four class over at Studio Calico. I have been so inspired by this class. It definately has brought my mojo back. The sketches are really great and the takes on them have been amazing!