Sunday, 18 November 2012

Day 18 - AEDM & Nablopomo - Ceramic bottle

I'm doing a quick post and run today.

You can read the info on my journal page below but 
we've had more severe storm warnings 
for the next few hours and into the night.

I want to get this posted just in case 
we lose power later.

#49 of 75 pen/ink sketches

One of the ceramic vessels/bottles in my cruet set.

Pencil-free sketch in A6 Moleskine pocket sketchbook 
using ZIG Millennium, Micron and PITT pens.

I sketched a matching ceramic goblet at THIS link.


To check out posts by other Art Every Day Month members for today,
click HERE
.

Also linking up with Sunday Sketches today.

Must dash.

~ Love, light and peace ~

23 comments:

  1. That's a gorgeous sketch. I need to find time to go through your blog and see all the past sketches. Your storms sound so intense - weather is weird all over.

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  2. love your little bottle! And my pooch panted and wimpered all night long too :-( xo L.

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  3. I love that sketch, very detailed. Enjoy your Sunday!

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  4. lovely details on the bottle, beautiful work!

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  5. Wonderful sketch, drawn with a firm hand and sharp eye! Love the sharp crispiness, it's very pleasing! Hope the coming storm isn't too bad!

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  6. Beautiful art work ~ love your style ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  7. Lovely sketch of the bottle and the details on it!

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  8. Great sketch, wow, that sounds like a frightening storm..

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  9. Lovely sketch...I hope you're okay. I enjoy a good thunder storm but not when it becomes destructive or life threatening. Stay safe!

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    1. Hoping you are in the light, safe, sound and dry. I too enjoy your art style, this a great example! Happy Sunday sketching!

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  10. the cruet is beautiful. hope you're faring well in the storm. i, like you, am ready for the end of them! too many harsh ones lately!

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  11. the storms have been terrible this year! I love your sketch of the bottle.

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  12. Hey Serena, I sure hope your weather clears up. As for your question about my breakfast the other morning, it was wheat toast with halloumi cheese topped with ginger & fig jam. The sweetness of the jam and saltiness of the cheese go really well together. Today for a snack at school, I had a fresh pear with a few slices of halloumi cheese. Yummy! (And much healthier than eating chips and chocolate for the salty/sweet taste. :) Best wishes, Tammy

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  13. Lovely sketch. Is it normal to have storms at this time of the year over there.? I thought you were into summer now.

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  14. We had a sudden storm which was very violent two nights ago in the middle of the night. Scary! I sure hope you never lost power and that you had no damages. Your sketch is so perfect!!!

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  15. Beautiful bottle sketch, Serena. Hope your lights stayed on and the weather gets better!

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  16. I'm sorry to hear about the destructive storms in Brisbane. I'm glad you have the gift of art to bear the storm. May you and Cody stay safe through it all.

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  17. 22,000 lightning strikes!! Wow!
    I'd be reading with everything off but maybe a couple lights with my flashlight, candles and oil lamp at the ready.
    I hope things calm down your way. :)

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  18. what amazing detail! Now thats a whole lot of work and its beautiful!

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  19. Wow, I hope you fair out okay with the storm and that you didn't lose power.
    Wonderful sketch:) FranTxo

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  20. I just wanted to say thank you for the wonderful comments you have been leaving me. I'm not commenting much right now because the days are so full and I'm spending much more time with family than usual. I hope you don't lose power! Sending you big hugs, Serena! :-)

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  21. This is a beautiful sketch. I like your sketchbook very much!

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