Tag: doodle

Sick As An Owl

I have had this tickle in my throat for days. My kids are sick so it’s good reason to believe that they got me sick. It just seems to be a persistent cough for now. Keeping my throat hydrated with water and tea  along with a teaspoon of honey at times have helped so far.…

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Brown Fish Owl

Did you know that the Brown Fish Owl has golden yellow eyes, a grayish color beak, and horizontal tufted ears? They have brown feathers with streaks of black. They enjoy living near water due to their mostly fish/frog diet. I am still trying to improve my watercolor touches. This one is a bit blotchy. I…

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Supermoon

With Inktober over I wanted to branch out and continue working on my owl sketches. Tag searches are awesome to find new blogs and challenges on WordPress. I was happy to find SkADaMo and I hope to participate as much as I can. There are no prompts for this challenge so I decided to come…

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SkADaMo 2016

Originally posted on sketched out:
I realize I waited until the very last minute to get things started this year. But flying by the seat of the pants¬†is SkADaMo¬†tradition, afterall! Sooooo, it’s November First! That means all the cool challenges are upon us. There‚Äôs¬†NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) NaBloPoMo (National Blog Posting Month)¬†and PiBoIdMo (Picture…

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Inktober Days 29, 30, 31

Woohoo! Congrats to all! It’s been an awesome month of creating and following alongside so many talented artists. It’s been such a wonderful adventure. Hope you guys enjoyed my little sketches. My last 3 days of Inktober:   The last entry is a Narwhal – the unicorn of the sea. My kids love this creature…

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Free Falling

frosty cool weather is near (3-4) sunny by day, frigid by night (4-4) falling leaves twisting, winding (3-4) freely around his big, old tree (4-4) celebrate with a bundled up (3-5) walking journey through the woods (4-3) Rather than a haiku today, I wrote a Korean sijo poem. A sijo, pronounced shee-jo, existed before the haiku poems…

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