It was a quiet day in the woods, until Raleigh and Lotus got lost.
Carla Sonheim has a book and classes called “Imaginary Creatures”. They’re excellent for finding ways to create creatures from your imagination, or even real ones with personalities you wouldn’t normally thought of on your own.
It’s summer but that also means that it is baby bunny season. Be careful when you are mowing and keep an eye out for the little ones.
Here in Florida it is also baby lizard season and we have a bumper crop of anole babies this year. We have to watch where we walk because of all the tiny hatchlings. They get a little confused because they like to run to their plant but their plant isn’t always the best choice for escape.
We even have a green anole baby that was born a little over a month ago and Greenie is growing like a weed. Greenie has currently set up shop in the calla lily. Momma Greenie has been hanging out as well.
In the meantime, here is today’s bunny…
Arnie loves to tunnel through sugar cane fields, chewing the sugar cane stalks, which doesn’t make him popular with the sugar people.
Arnie started as a random shape in my morning pages.
Today is my final 50 Friendly Faces post. I started this challenge the second day and got caught up doing the other days that I didn’t fo backwards to do Day 1 until last week.
50 Friendly Days Day 1 – “Famous face”
Quite frankly, this prompt held me up. What face should I choose? It was the choice that delayed the sketch so long but in the end, I chose an actor who was a Hollywood Legend.
I remember watching his movies on TV with my mom. He was a pretty big deal. My Uncle Joe always resembled him, and still does. Maybe a distant relative.
This legend had some issues in his personal life, which is sad. Hollywood wasn’t gold behind the scenes, especially then. It was dirty and tarnished but the movies they made were stuff of legends, including this fellow, who was a favorite of mine, for all his flaws. I liked him because he made me laugh with his dry wit.
I’ll let you guess. We’ll see how well I did….
Reference Photo used was from an issue of Motion Picture magazine.
This is sketch is in a personal sketchbook for personal use.