Don’t be alarmed. You are still viewing The Sophomore Slump. I’m just taking a break once again with my travel posts and weekly photo challenges. I had fun making and composing my DIY post, so I’m continuing my special reports.
Many of you participate in photo challenges, so I don’t see any problem for you to give each one or some of it a try.
1. Can you figure this out?
2. Don’t worry, most of it are easy.
3. Some of it are hard.
5. Are you getting the hang of it? Go ahead and…
6. By the way, I drew these but I’m not an eight-year old kid.
7. Who in the world does this next one anyway?
13. Now, scroll up and ponder back to the first one.
I’m no painter. So I’ll just introduce you to this real artist.
Carla Saunders sure is a very talented artist. My favorite post is when she allows her viewers to get deep into her feelings when she woke up in the wee hours of the morning that she started to express her emotions through painting. She tries out different approaches, styles, patterns, processes, methods (to include using a stick), all kinds of things. Head out to Carla’s Blog and you will get to know her world as she always tells her experiences and her travels through drawings. Also, do check out the magnum opus, in my opinion, from this SF-based blogger, just look for the title with California Country Music.
Last puzzle …
Hope you have fun as I did drawing and composing this.
Integrity system here. No cheating, no copying.
You can ask questions. Tell me what you are thinking. And maybe I can give you hints without giving away the farm.