As an only child, of an only child and another parent with one sibling who had no children of his own, I have a very small family (not counting my husband’s side of the family) and all but one of them has passed away. All that’s left in my branch of the family tree are my mother and me. So obviously I drew my mom. She came of age in the mid century with all it’s glamour and fashion, so I poured over my photos till I found this beauty and based my drawing on it:
A biweekly challenge for a total of 26 drawings this year.
This time of year, people all over begin to think about gathering together with their loved ones. For many of us, family means different things: our blood relations, our dearest friends, even our beloved pets. Whatever ‘family’ means to you, let’s express that in this week’s drawing:
I’ve always been intrigued by the legend of King Arthur. While it’s unlikely that Arthur truly existed, it’s possible the legend grew around a real life king or warrior or an amalgamation of several real life heroes of the Dark Ages. For this challenge, I chose to draw one of the characters of Arthurian legend:
The Lady of the Lake: