Cabin Fever

Weeks of rain with almost no break. A 3-day weekend and no way to get out without getting wet. Perfect formula for cabin fever? Luckily, I can draw (and redraw) my family. And since they’ve all long since decided I am terrible at drawing likenesses of them, I don’t even have to try. Which takes half the worry out of drawing people.

This weekend’s sketches are of my nieces, my kids and the cats lounging, chatting, reading, and maybe, just maybe, studying.

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All sketched in pen and pencil in my Fabriano Artist’s Journal.

 

 

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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6 Responses to Cabin Fever

  1. Lydia Akers says:

    Hi Suhita,
    Terrific Post! Lovely sketches! Thanks for the insightful comment – relieve the stress (and the great inhibitor) and stop worrying about a likeness!
    I am working through your terrific Craftsy class “Figure Sketching Made Simple” and this posts speaks to how effective and your techniques are!! So much life!
    Thanks again! Lovely sketches, Right words, Right time,
    Lydia

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  2. Decorative – emotional – insightful – energetic- and beautiful.

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  3. they look so beautiful Suhita…….

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  4. miatagrrl says:

    Here’s my review of a waterproof sketchbook you can use in the rain! 🙂
    http://tina-koyama.blogspot.com/2017/02/review-and-field-test-expedition.html

    – Tina

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  5. Anindo says:

    Nice sketches. …wonderful reading your post. ..😊👍

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