Dog
Dog
Dear
Dear
Cat
Cat
Horse
Horse
Mouse 2
Mouse 2
Perch
Perch
Rabit
Rabit
Puffin
Puffin
Squirel
Squirel
Moose
Moose
Snowdon
Snowdon
Wolf head
Wolf head
Wolf
Wolf
Beaver 2
Beaver 2
Bird of prey
Bird of prey
Cow
Cow
Owl
Owl
Mouse 3
Mouse 3
Buffalow
Buffalow
Beaver
Beaver
Bare tree
Bare tree
Buffalow and young
Buffalow and young
Barmouth_
Barmouth_
Bear
Bear
old Ryhll
old Ryhll
old boat
old boat
Mouse
Mouse
The fish for Leo
The fish for Leo
The fish for Leo's letters
The fish for Leo's letters
Thrush
Thrush
Leo
Leo
Life class Male
Life class Male
Life male 2
Life male 2
Life class woman 2
Life class woman 2
Life woman head
Life woman head
Life woman
Life woman
Life class Edvard Munch
Life class Edvard Munch
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IMG_1098_edited

The sketch is the beginning of any artwork for me, even if it is just to work out the colours to use. A pad and a pencil is the most basic equipment you can carry to create an idea, you probably have one of each lying around. Colour can be added with numerous mediums including colour pencils. Creating art needn't be expensive.

Normally these would be 'private' but I want people to see how some are 'not right', even on the ones that were not thrown away. Skill comes with practice - practice begins with a start.

Start with something you can draw, lines and curves; you could be surprised with what can be drawn with just lines and curves.

Give it a go...