I’m remembering my sweet LadyBird who left me a year ago today.
(click on the photos to ‘bigify’)
This challenge is sponsored by P.S. Annie! It’s called 19-Somethin’, where participants answer a question about their past each day of September. Sounds like a fun way to spend a September, right?
25. If you could go back in time to your childhood, would you? What would you want to change, if anything?
I would definitely NOT go back in time to my childhood. I wouldn’t mind going back to my young adult self to give myself some advice, but other than that I wouldn’t change anything.
Since it’s autumn, pumpkins are in season, and my answer was so short, I thought I’d post and Auntie Goose Nursery rhyme for fun!! For those of you who don’t know, a couple of years ago I rewrote all the nursery rhymes I could find and illustrated them using MS-Word. If you want to see more, go to the page marked Digital Art Books, then Auntie Goose.
The last in the series of digital artwork on Time Flies…
More digital art – that flying time is a pain!!
More digital art – Time Flies whether you want it to or not!!
My sister’s cat, Jack, as an angel and as a devil! Just for fun!!
Fourth of July Greetings from my four-legged babies!!
Three filters on a simple piece of digital art.
The original piece:
With this art, as with my digital art books, nursery rhymes and others, this was created using MSWord and basic shapes. Its a slow and time-consuming process but one that I find enjoyable!
I’ve been lazy this week art-wise so I am posting some digital art I created for another blog. It’s all about time – the passing of time and how time is spent.
This year’s challenge was two-fold for me. One, was a reading challenge, and the other, an art challenge.
I set certain perimeters for myself regarding the books I would base the challenge on:
a. a book I’ve never read before (which I accomplished with one exception)
b. a book within the genre’s according to the prechosen letters (for instance if “A” was a picture book genre then I couldn’t choose a nonfiction book no matter how interesting the book might have been)
c. the book had to be read before the cover was completed and within the three months before the challenge (this one got a little sticky as I was still searching for appropriate books into late March and reading through the middle of April!)
and, d. I had to choose books I might not otherwise read, like “K”‘s western genre and “J”‘s romance genre
The second part of the challenge, the digital art covers, was somewhat less time consuming for the most part – so much so that I actually felt guilty for not putting more effort into them!
But, all in all, I had a great time reading, reviewing and making over the covers of the books this year. Preplanning works best for me.I actually started planning in December and by January I already had a posting calendar ready to go – it changed quite a few times, but I knew what was in front of me. Below is my final calendar. I deleted all the other ones!
Will I do it again next year?? YOU BET!!! What will be my art form in 2017? I’m thinking something other than digital art!! You’ll have to come back next year to find out!!!
If you missed any of my A to Z posts, HERE’s a link to the page you can navigate from!! Thank for your comments and likes! I truly appreciated them (my apologies for not responding to all of them – time does tend to get away from me!)