Sunday, February 19, 2006

Sketching in the Kitchen

Some sketches from the kitchen from last night. Once I started, I couldn't stop. I added some colour to the cupboard today. I have to admit it is not exactly colour perfect, but I enjoy dabbling with watercolours. And I've worked out what went wrong with the scanner. I had set it on 50 dpi for something and it didn't change the setting back!

10 Comments:

Blogger Malinda said...

Great job Carole! You did an awesome job keeping the perspective and the floating hob is a fun touch, sort-of Magritte! I've done some sketches in the kitchen, too, and agree they are great perspective exercises. Need to get back to them when I get the new sketchbook finished!

5:42 pm  
Blogger Lin said...

Carole!! OH MY!!! I think the cupboard, especially colored is AWESOME! Homey and warm and inviting!!! WAY TO GO!!! KEEP AT IT!! Nothing more wonderful to be addicted to!

5:46 pm  
Blogger Marie-Dom said...

These are great sketches. You've inspired me to do some kitchen sketches.
I love the kettle, but I also love the kitchen cupboard.
Well done!
MD

7:30 pm  
Blogger Marilyn said...

Carole, I'm so glad to see you do the same thing I do. I started a drawing today and then drew beneath it because I jut could not quite get the angles right. I never thought about using the tile as a grid, but you're right.
Good job = especially the coloring.
Marilyn

1:45 am  
Blogger Carole said...

Thank you all!

7:03 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Carole,
The cupboard? Well, actually it leaves me speachless it is so well done. Your technique here is one of my favorites anyway.
What a talent!
connie

4:52 pm  
Blogger Carole said...

Connie,
Thank you! I'm blushing now.
Carole

8:18 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Carole,
I started my new memoir class, today and after reading some of the bios, I am ready to cut my throat. The class is full of bigtime professionals, some have been published more than once.
I guess I will stay in it; I dread the critiques.
I am attempting the first assignment now, flop.
Aren't I optimistic today? I imagine you can feel the optimism over there.
connie

5:31 pm  
Blogger Carole said...

Hi Connie
I'm sorry you're not feeling optimistic today. I'm sure you will enjoy the class. Even people who have been published still want to learn and need support. You're only as good as your last book and all that. And your life writing is good; it's specific and grounded and enjoyable to read. Only the other day I was thinking of when you wrote about your pond and the pollywogs, and I was kind of missing reading your writing.
Carole

6:12 pm  
Blogger "Maggie" said...

Great close up view of the inside of your cupboard. I like how you show the illustration in both black and white and color. I also and enjoying your journaling pages!

12:28 am  

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