Sunday, March 11, 2012

Okay, Maybe I Was Wrong

These are some pretty bizarre contour line drawings of sheep. And Hank. Who was quick to point out that as he was NOT a sheep, he should not be required to play along.

These were done without looking down at the paper.

I did look at the paper for this one. Didn't help much :-o. I'd better get reading!

One copy for me.

And the other for Spinner's End :-D. Send me an email with your address and I'll get that sent right out.

Tomorrow we are in for another special treat!

Junelle Jacobsen of Yes and Amen will be our guest blogger and not only has she drawn some super cute sheep for us, but she also made THE most fun sheep drawing video ever! I got a sneak peek and I don't think anyone will watch it and not want to draw at least one sheep. Or twenty.


Dreaming said...

I can't wait to see the video!
I love your drawings. I recognized Hank!

farmlady said...

I did contour drawing in an art class in college many moons ago. I love the way it looks. I did fashion design, but I like it better with sheep... and dogs.
I should read this book.

Lori Skoog said...

Whoa Sara! You did it! Good job Miss Arteeest! How about the modified drawing of the have to love that one. I can't wait to see Part 2 of the challenge tomorrow. You were very generous to give out the book. Congrats to the winner!

Alice said...

Drawings made without looking at the paper removes an important eye-hand coordinate for me. I may as well have held the pencil with
my toes :-)
I think you did a great job while looking at the paper. You've had lots o 'practice.
Congrats to the Eweper for winning the draw!

small farm girl said...

Great drawings of .......sheep? Lol. Cant wait for the expert. Oh, love ya!!!!!!!! Hehehe

Ann said...

sheep is certainly not fat once the wool is sheared off.

Terry and Linda said...

That little lamb is darling!!!


thecrazysheeplady said...

Oh Ann, you should check back after shearing this week. You might be surprised ;-).

Spinners End Farm said...

well, this "Ewe-per" is quite surprised and delighted! The kids and I will put the book to good use and will post a blog of our sheep drawings at some point. Many thanks!!!

Mimi Foxmorton said...

Love these!

But that wee sweet (real) face at
the end makes me think God is pretty darn good at drawing sheep!



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