AS a disclaimer, I am left-handed and have Lyme disease. I do not keep anything in one position, not even paintings on an easel, so keeping it in one position to draw something upside down was difficult, none the less I will post my most terrible of this young man.
This is in 45 minutes, no add-ons or refixing of the drawing. It is just a down and ??? drawing?
Well done, Teri! I signed in about 15 minutes late, so I didn’t draw along. I’m going to do the drawing, though, and I’ll post it when finished. I’m so glad you’re able to participate in these lessons! I enjoy your input so much.
Teri - that isn’t terrible at all! Here is mine - I was thrilled it ended up looking like a boy playing a guitar. He does not resemble the boy in the photo much at all. I thought it was a very fun exercise and really enjoyed it.
Your’s turned out great too! I agree it was a great exercise. It was difficult for me to keep the paper so I was working upside down. I usually turn my paper constantly as I work, I believe because my brain started to work differently after I was diagnosed with Lyme (actually before, as here in NC they don’t believe in Lyme}.
When we lived in NC, there were so many ticks. My poor son was always getting them in very inconvenient and private places! But he got lyme when we moved to NJ. The classic bulls eye and everything. But since we were on vacation, it was a fight for the dr to believe me and get him on the antibiotics. It can be so frustrating !
I agree. It took me three years to get diagnosed and after seeing the list of symptoms it made since that I have had it since childhood, it went dormant and then through a series of stressful things I came on like a wildfire, no stopping it. I do not tolerate antibiotics so finding other ways to kill it off has been a challenge. Is your son over it now?