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Saturday, March 26, 2022

Caesar salad face and a girl with a puffin drawings, Sip & Sketch #96, 3/25/22



Sip & Sketch #96, 3/25/22

Images from memory in random order and my digital drawings, (using ipencil on iPad).

  1. Caesar salad face
  2. Chimp with his left hand up on the side of his face up over his head
  3. Dancer model wearing some kind of tumor costume and something that looks like cloven feet.
  4. A woman's face with a puffin in profile serving as part of her features
  5. A dancer wearing I forgot what - a big snake around his neck
  6. dock houses on a calm lake with a big mountain in the background.
  7. Artwork of skull with foliage or ivy leaves under it and covering much of it - Memento Mori
  8. A bird and a lock, on prison cell bars. At first it looked like piano keys.
  9. Tulips – red, two of them.
  10. Yay I got them all!

Sip & Sketch session #96, hosted by theater costume and set designers, Lisa Jordan and Cindi Taylor, 
Thank you so much for making these sessions possible. 
They curate a set of images for each session. Participants draw each selection at varying 'pose' lengths - from 5-20 minutes - until the timer rings. Then  participants may show their drawings briefly for a group screen shot in 'gallery ' view. These sessions take place virtually over Zoom.
























Sunday, March 20, 2022

Sunflower and a baseball - Sip & Sketch session #95, 3/18/22. Digital drawings.




Sip & Sketch session #95, 3/18/22.
Images from memory in random order.
  1. Spiral modern light fixture
  2. One sunflower rising above a field of wheat or grass that looks straw like already
  3. Giant steps in Ireland
  4. Two images: some kind of hallway, and a baseball
  5. That Olympian gymnast raising her leg straight up, in a photo set - Simone Byles
  6. Actress who portrays an Elizabethan royal posing in profile in a ruff - Kate Blanchette.
  7.  Fashion model wearing lace up boots
  8. Headlight and grill of a big old luxury  chrome laden car, (late 50's?)
  9. Ram
Well I remembered 9 images, but two had been from the previous week! Corrected now.





Sip & Sketch session #95, hosted by theater costume and set designers, Lisa Jordan and Cindi Taylor, 
Thank you so much for making these sessions possible. 
They curate a set of images for each session. Participants draw each selection at varying 'pose' lengths - from 5-20 minutes - until the timer rings. Then  participants may show their drawings briefly for a group screen shot in 'gallery ' view. These sessions take place virtually over Zoom.

Sunday, March 13, 2022

Woman in rabbit ears and a blue and yellow bird. Sip & Sketch #94, 3/11/22. My digital drawings



Images from Sip & Sketch #94, 3/11/22

From memory in random order:

  1. Chess pieces
  2. Shriveled daisy
  3. Bull terrier in that weird frontal photo perspective
  4. Male dancer in sweeping motion
  5. Pretty girl looking to her left
  6. Windows in the courtyard – – turns out to be Manchester city hall courtyard, used in a Harry Potter scene
  7. A woman in rabbit ears in a surreal setting, very strange gown.
  8. Yellow and blue warbler- I think it's called a Parula warbler? No a doctored photo I guess..
  9. Eyeball looking in from the end of some kind of railroad tunnel.
  10. Got them all - yay! Last one took me awhile ! 3/13/22


































Sip & Sketch session #94, hosted by theater costume and set designers, Lisa Jordan and Cindi Taylor, 
Thank you so much for making these sessions possible. 
They curate a set of images for each session. Participants draw each selection at varying 'pose' lengths - from 5-20 minutes - until the timer rings. Then  participants may show their drawings briefly for a group screen shot in 'gallery ' view. These sessions take place virtually over Zoom.

Saturday, March 5, 2022

Worried Monkey eyes and Bonsai forest - Sip & Sketch #93, 2/25/22

Sip & Sketch #93, 2/25/22
Images as remembered, in random order.
  1.  Some kind of circle a symmetrical image of - i dont  remember
  2. Bonsai forest
  3. Dalmatian in hat
  4. I'm not remembering anything!
  5. Model in some kind of gown or costume
  6. Monkey eyes, by Japanese photographer – – in Japan
  7. San Francisco St. with streetcars
  8. I give up - i have to look it up.
  9. Greek god statue style robed figure.
  10. The two little Lego robot characters with a cherry for scale.
  11. Artichoke (#1)
  12. Blue jeans face








Sip & Sketch session #93, hosted by theater costume and set designers, Lisa Jordan and Cindi Taylor, 
Thank you so much for making these sessions possible. 
They curate a set of images for each session. Participants draw each selection at varying 'pose' lengths - from 5-20 minutes - until the timer rings. Then  participants may show their drawings briefly for a group screen shot in 'gallery ' view. These sessions take place virtually over Zoom.







Friday, February 25, 2022

old fashioned crank phone face and eagle dancer, my drawings , Sip & Sketch #92, 2/18/22



Remembering the images from Sip &  Sketch #92, 2/18/22, in random order. My drawings.

  1. Old-fashioned wall phone (crank  phone) as a face
  2. Eagle head with white face and extra plumage like a headdress
  3. Pineapple wearing sunglasses
  4. Partial skull with a straw headress
  5. Richard Avedon photo of a fashion model with two elephants
  6. Cathedral in Kiev
  7. Eagle dancer in mid air
  8. Costumes in Met Museum Dior exhibit








Sip & Sketch session #92, hosted by theater costume and set designers, Lisa Jordan and Cindi Taylor, 
Thank you so much for making these sessions possible. 
They curate a set of images for each session. Participants draw each selection at varying 'pose' lengths - from 5-20 minutes - until the timer rings. Then  participants may show their drawings briefly for a group screen shot in 'gallery ' view. These sessions take place virtually over Zoom.

Monday, February 14, 2022

Happy Valentines Day! …digital drawing, 2/14/22. CK

 Happy Valentines Day! …digital drawing, 2/14/22. CK

Rant:    I’ll complain again- I drew this with ipencil on iPad, and I still cannot control the two. Pencil slips all over the slippery surface. Or I frequently touch something by accident and get whisked away or make a horrible wrong mark. What is the advantage artists so rave about? What am I missing? I just don’t get it.



Sunday, February 13, 2022

Lego rooster and crow’s nest top hat, my drawings, Sip & Sketch session #90, 2/11/22

Image list as remembered in random order. Sip & Sketch session #90, 2/11/22. My drawings
  1. Lego roosters
  2. Pawn chess piece casting shadow of Royal chess piece queen
  3. Chinese fisherman boatman sending out a Don with his crab trap and seabirds as companions
  4. Two dancers in one black costume for me a living statue or pose
  5. Heavyset nude woman with body painting of traditional African tribal style
  6. Woman in dark gray jacket wearing a stove pipe with a crows nest on top
  7. King vulture head, very colorful
  8. Plant arrangement
  9. Partial skull on candlestick









































Sip & Sketch session #90, hosted by theater costume and set designers, Lisa Jordan and Cindi Taylor, 
Thank you so much for making these sessions possible. 
They curate a set of images for each session. Participants draw each selection at varying 'pose' lengths - from 5-20 minutes - until the timer rings. Then  participants may show their drawings briefly for a group screen shot in 'gallery ' view. These sessions take place virtually over Zoom.