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The art of scribbling

Status update: Dreading going to the dentist tomorrow. Correction: make that later today.
Eating: Dude! Seriously, it’s like one in the morning!
Drinking: –
Listening: Lord of the Rings – The Two Towers soundtrack ~ Howard Shore
Reading: Just finished with Snuff, by Terry Pratchett and now debating what to read next. I have such a huge pile that I’ve been putting off reading all year that the choice is a bit hard. But I think the Earthsea Quartet will win the battle.

 

So, what’s new since I was last here? Well, I got sunburned. Whilst fully clothed. Extremely fully clothed, I might add. Darned sun, hiding behind the clouds and pretending not to be there whilst actually still battering us with its rays. I haven’t got burned in years, and it hurts. My skin normally doesn’t take any nonsense from the sun, so I don’t know what was going on yesterday…

 

 

Anyway, this blog post was not to complain about the state of the sun. Or the state of my skin as caused by that idiotic sun up there. Actually it was about…

 

The Art of Scribbling!

 

Scribbles1Scribbles2Scribbles3Scribbles4Scribbles5Scribbles6

Yes, I know there is a typo, but it was just too much trouble to fix. Pretend you didn’t see it. Yes, this is coming from the self-declared Grammar Nazi.

 

I hope everyone’s having a great week (hopefully free from the pest of Murphy’s Law), and yes, this is just taunting everyone who actually has to work right now, unlike me! Smile with tongue out

 

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5 responses

  1. Great post! My wife and I own the site associated with illustration in pencil plus I am giving away several completely free digital books. Please try it out plus inform me should you like it. Thanks alot : )!

    December 23, 2011 at 05:19

    • Awesome for you! I, however, have no facility with a pencil, only with a computer. Or for messing up, as the post indicated.

      December 24, 2011 at 15:48

  2. The idea of venturing away from the margins has never even occurred to me. For me it’s completely unthinkable!

    May 23, 2012 at 23:34

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