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Two sketches. Hope they bring you joy! (blog marathon post 28)

The love I get from all of you is an amazing thing. I feel blessed for all the nice things you say to me in my comment box.
On my down days, I re-read the lovely lovely mails which my readers send. I haven't yet responsed to mails. But I promise I will. If you have written me a mail, and not got a reply, please resend.

For today's post, I thought I would share with you two paintings/artwork that I did in my art journal.
My art journal fills me with joy. It is almost a meditative activity. I LOVE filling it's pages, capturing the memories, the mood and anything that strikes me as worth capturing at that moment.

Here's what I did. I made it quickly while she was asleep. It is hard to get her to be still otherwise.



Here is one more. (I placed the capsicum on top of a book, for contrast)



More tomorrow.
Hope you have had a great day!
(I sure did)
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Comments

  1. They are lovely, especially the first one! :)
    It amazes me when I see you doing lots of things so skillfully. Even I do not watch television but struggle to find time for painting (I am bad but want to practice watercolours. Made a couple of paintings but can't continue) but then, I have a toddler :)

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  2. Hi Preeti, The sketches are so beautiful, sometimes I am amazed at how you are handling so many things so skilfully and then I am convinced that it is possible to be perfect if you put in your heart and soul into it.... looking forward to more... thanks for such wonderful posts
    also I am awaiting your reply to my looong comment on your comment box :)
    take care

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  3. Wow! Beautiful sketches, Preeti! I love the way you have captured your dog's smile in the sketch too. In the second sketch, I love the way you have drawn the shadow of the capsicum! Looking forward to more and more sketches! :-)

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  4. Lovely sketch especially the first one madam - I remember the quote "Dogs leave paw prints forever in our hearts". No doubt they are god's best creations. They have got nothing to learn from us humans but we have got everything to learn from them.

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  5. The sketches are lovely. ..your love for dogs is infectious

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  6. The sketches are lovely. ..your love for dogs is infectious

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