Posted on August 25, 2013September 23, 2014 by Anita C. Miller10 Alaska sketches caribou caribou — antlers are a challenge to draw! abstract spruce forest ridge line in fog and rain -water soluble graphite which looks like watercolor a bit. the top of a glacier another glacier a small vertical glacier — these glaciers are receding fast as I’m sure you already know. a lone tree on a cliff– lots of puffins flying around here, too, but I couldn’t draw them! sled dog in training moose
13 Replies to “10 Alaska sketches”
Very nice sketches. I like the vertical glacier. :)
Thank you very much. I appreciate your comments : )
I can’t sketch well enough to draw a stick-man, but I love art.
Well, it’s like anything else… practice, practice , practice! I remember my very first drawing class and the exercise — drawing an egg with shading : ) If nothing else, drawing teaches you to really see something. Thanks for stopping by, Barbara!
You give me hope again. I will keep trying. Thanks!
I look forward to seeing some of the sketches turn into paintings…they are beautiful.
Thank you very much. I had so much fun sketching I am asking myself now why don’t I do it more?
Anita – hellooooooo – you are back!!! Hope you had a really wonderful time and are now as relaxed as can be. Nice to see you back on my screen again. Hugs Carina :)
Carina, hugs back at you! Hope you are doing fantastic. I think you contacted me about LinkedIn a while back and if so, I want to let you know that I can’t log into my account there… must solve that problem someday soon. So I’m not ignoring you and would most definitely join you if I could : )
Great Sketches Anita! They give a new window of insight into how your works develop and evolve! :)
Thank you, Marty! I’m glad you enjoyed seeing them.
I always like your sketches, I especially like your caribou and moose
Annerose, I’m happy you enjoyed these. I liked the caribou and moose best, too.