The month of November flew by and I’m happy I picked up the sketchbook. I wonder if thirty days has made it a habit?
on to december December 1, 2009
day 31. Samantha Hahn. Doll. December 31, 2007
FYI my new illustration website is up. samanthahahn.com sans bio. That should be up tomorrow or shortly thereafter. My husband built it for me!! He’s the best in every way including technologically.
Day 30. Samantha Hahn. Bird’s nest hair and dress fabric. December 30, 2007
well that completes the 30 day challenge. I might keep going for a while. I should. I’ll see if I can.
Day 30 November 30, 2007
30 days, 30 drawings of my right hand.
I’m watching a little of the Davis Cup on TV this afternoon. We considered getting tickets but the daughter who’d want to be there is working this weekend and can’t make it down to Portland. So, watching tennis, missing her, I wandered into her room and gathered up one of her favorite bears – The Starbucks New York Yankee in pinstripes.
Yippee! The last drawing. I enjoyed looking at everyone’s art work and hope to see you all again next year. Thanks India!
Today I took the train to Howth, walked around on some cliffs in the rain, ate a crab sandwich, and took the train back. These people were on the train coming back.
The Finish Line
Well, here we are at the end of the month. I can’t say I posted here each day, but certainly I had a drawing for most days.
If you’d like me to mail you this free postcard, comment on the post at the blog and email a delivery address like it says here. And if you miss this one, no one has picked up the chickens.
Sorry, didn’t mean to go out with a pffft! there. December 3, 2006
I’m on London time. In the last few days before leaving for vacation, I did do some drawings, but I didn’t have time to photograph or post them. And then I spent half a day travelling, and most of the first day in London shopping (Elisabeth! Monsoon! It’s overwhelming!), and then . . . Well, finally, here’s the backlog:
I’m not generally an organized person, but I’ve gotten pretty good at packing for trips. I drew this on Wednesday, after I had laid out the clothes I intended to bring to Europe. I used a new set of twelve Stabilo point 88 mini Fineliners. There’s not a wide color range in the twelve-pack, but they’re cute little pens. Very small. Easy to pack.
I know it’s so over to be drawing pumpkins now, after Thanksgiving, but there are these two tiny squashes that have been sitting on top of the coffeemaker at work for a couple of weeks, and I decided the white one was kind of interesting. It’s not half as yellow as I’ve drawn it.
I drew this for the Invention topic at Illustration Friday, but then I was too late in posting it. I think the staple remover is an elegant little invention.
Stellou reading the paper
Some people like to spread the newspaper all over the carpet and crouch on the floor to read it.
Some other people prefer to sit on the couch with their legs crossed, reading the Internets on a laptop PC.
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That is all. I mean, I brought my drawing kit to Europe, and I will keep drawing as often as I can, but DrawMo! is, sadly, over, so I guess I won’t post them here again until next year. It’s been fun!
Does anybody else have an opinion on what should happen on this blog between now and next November? I mean, should we keep posting links and exercises and stuff? Or are you just over it?
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Aaaaaaaah!! I’m in London!!!!
30 December 1, 2006
11/30/06: Not only is it the last day of the month, but “30” is old-time journalism slang for “The End.”