Guest Post: Relax and Chill

My sister, Gretchen Kielas, provides us with a guest post today. Thank you, Sis, for always inspiring!

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Relax

Made with Paper.

Monkey Two

Here’s the second draft of yesterday’s drawing.

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Made With Paper.

Original photograph by Cyril Ruoso in National Geographic.

Ghost Monkey

This is the first draft of a picture I’m drawing of a photo I found in The National Geographic (February 2011 issue). The original photo is by Cyril Ruoso.

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Made With Paper.

Guest Post: Mr. B

Mr. B took this photo of me and Lil C in Maui. He edited the photo with S Paper.

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Turtle of the Sea

Mr. B saw a turtle today, while he was swimming in the ocean. I drew this one with Paper.

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Guest Post: Gayle Thompson

I just love my mom’s portraits. This one she did in chalk of my friend’s little boy.

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Guest Post: Lil C

At Lil C’s preschool, she made paper, cut it into heart-shaped cards and painted it for her mom, me:)

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Putty

An old dog still dreams of new tricks.

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I drew this picture of our dog, Putty, who turns 15 in July. Made with Paper.

Guest Post : Lil C

My daughter, Lil C, brought this flower home for me that she made in preschool. I am a lucky mommy.

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We make faces

This looks fun. I’m going to try it. Here’s my portrait of Mr. B.

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‘As Drawn By‘ – fun unique portraits created from the following game:

#1 You must draw the person without looking down at the paper #2 your pen must not leave the page so that the drawing is one continuous line #3 you have only one minute.

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