forest floor drawings

I haven’t done forest floor drawings for quite awhile, and I’d forgotten how much I enjoy making them. I can blame the intense heat, the busyness of summer gardens. Also I set myself the task of learning the brush pen and I don’t really like using them nearly as much as the regular fine tip ink pen. So I’m going to do what I like. I’m going to fit more of these forest floor line drawings into my life in the next weeks.

12 responses to “forest floor drawings

    • it’s good to know that I’m not alone, I thought I was being reluctant to accept new things 🙂 And thanks for your kind words

      • The way I look at it, it is ok to try something out and not feel it does anything for you. Once you decide that, well, life is too short to keep forcing yourself in a direction you don’t want to be going in. I know a lot of people like the brush pens but I prefer the more precise lines and strokes of a fine line pen, though I do love using a bamboo brush and India ink (which is totally different from a brush pen).

      • I agree with you, life is too short for this kind of self imposed silliness. I was trying to give them a fair chance but no. Yes I love India ink and a brush and yes, so different. Thanks for your thoughts

  1. Your forest floor drawings inspire me to keep trying my hand at drawing. I began teaching myself to draw, but I haven’t gotten very far. Thanks for the ideas.

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