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It all happened so fast

December flew by and I had a small collection of drawings I did over that time, plus some from the last few days.  Collectively they’re all a little random but it ends another sketchbook at last. Only took me a whole year and eight days.

My dad’s long drawn out stay at RPA to have a kidney procedure.

My dad's long drawn out stay at RPA to have a kidney procedure. (Watercolours and micron pen)

Watercolours and micron pen

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Micron pen

Finally catching up with my friend and her 5 month old baby at Princess Coco Chocalatiere.

coco_chocolatiere LR

Watercolours and micron pen

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Micron pen

babyjames_2 LR

Micron pen

Out at my local park with my mum. The rocket ship is the only thing that remains from my childhood.

watercolours

watercolours

The Festival of Sydney opening event – a big rubber ducky all the way from Holland.

Watercolours and micron pen

Watercolours and micron pen

Watercolours and micron pen

Watercolours and micron pen

Watercolours and micron pen

Watercolours and micron pen

And finally, one of the best bands I’ve seen in a long time… The Hives at the Metro. Their facial expressions are a sketcher’s paradise.

(Please try really hard to “see” this picture – bar man serving drinks seconds before the band comes on.)

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Watercolours

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Micron pen

the_hives_1 LR

Micron pen

 

 

 

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4 comments on “It all happened so fast

  1. Meegan, these are all WONDERFUL – I utterly love them. In particular I love the watercolour and line mix of the first hospital picture (how great to be able to draw beauty out of what must have been a difficult time for you all) and I love the back views of the folks sitting on the dock. Bar picture full of life and urgency too! Really gorgeous sketches – hope you get time to post more soon 🙂

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  2. Wow Meegan! Just been looking through your ‘book’ – I wish I had your bold courage with colour!!

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    • Thanks, Jules. I think you are ready to jump in the deep end and play with colour – your brush work seems quite confident already! Remember, its just a piece of paper – its scared of you more than you are of it, ha, ha! Cheers!

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