Teeny Sketchbook sketches: I call these "desperation sketches".
When it's too cold to sit outside (well, windy and 50 today was not my cup of tea). BUT you need to sketch cause it keeps you calm and focused. And you have use what you find in your purse.
Then you are forced to find something in the doctor's waiting room (so sterile and blah) to sketch. You pick the handle on your husbands walker!
And later the seat and brake mechanics.
I know. Not beautiful. But it's good practice for eye hand coordination and it's quiet ink-to-paper that feels meditative and interesting. It keep the motor memory going. And it works on spacial measuring. Everything done here in ink...no pencil. So you have to make mental on-the-fly measurements.
These, remember, are only 3 x 4 sketchbooks. My teensies.
I used my PN Sakura pen.
Taught my Zentangle class this morning and forgot to take photos as usual. About 20 gals. Nice group. I had fun. I hope they did.
We are going to have temps around 70 the week in Central Florida. I don't think that's far from normal in January. Hope to see a tad warming spell come February which is RIGHT around the corner.
Remember that Ground Hog's day is coming up on Friday...surely you have a gift for your loved one? Oh wait, that's another Feb holiday. Sorry.
Off to see the State of the Union speech tonight. No comment.