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Catching up: Week 6 drawing theme is “tool”

Week 6 of 52 weeks of Drawing: tool // thepapermama.com

Week 6 of my 52 weeks of drawing: I got a little behind on this challenge and I’m catching up today. This was for week six “Tool”. I’m going to color this guy and get it ready and up in my shop.

If you want to keep up with my previous illustrations for this challenge, click here for the main post.

- Chelsey

Catching up on drawing: Week four is “4-legged friend”

Week 4 of 52 weeks of Drawing: 4 Legged Friend // thepapermama.com

Week 4 of my 52 weeks of drawing: I got a little behind on this challenge and I’m just now caught up. This was for week four “4-legged friend”. This guy is my little pug bug.

If you want to keep up with my previous illustrations for this challenge, click here for the main post.

- Chelsey

Week 5 of drawing: Draw a profile.

Corgi Profile Illustration // thepapermama.com

 

Week 5 of my 52 weeks of drawing: I drew this cute little guy. The corgi illustrations are by far the most popular in my little shop. I wanted to add a little profile view of these little pups. He does have a full body, just not shown here. By the way, if you want an adorable overload, just google corgi images for a good time.

If you want to keep up with my previous illustrations for this challenge, click here for the main post. I’m only missing last weeks, which should be done by Saturday. Whew! Go me!

- Chelsey

P.S. my shopped is closed for the moment, will be back up soon. 

Week 3 of drawing: Miss Moorea in a floral frame.

Miss Moorea Floral Frame // illustration by thepapermama.com

It’s week 3 of my 52 weeks of drawing. This week’s theme was “Plant”. I didn’t exactly draw a plant, I added my friend’s face. Ha! I gotta say… it’s so hard to draw people you know. The thing is you KNOW exactly what they really look like, and I tend to get a little crazy with the details. For this drawing I drew my friend, Moorea, and I had to make myself step back and allow my illustration style to come through and not worry about making it look just like my buddy.

- Chelsey

Follow along and check out some drawing prompts here if you’d like to join!

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