I confess, the first drawing in it was the hardest. I was told, by serious Moleskiners, that the first page entry is the most difficult - once done, the rest is a matter of acceptance and diligence.
Note how I created a new name for art fanatics that use little books to capture an artistic moment in time - Moleskiners. If you google “moleskine sketchbook” and open the search in “Images” you will be blown away by what people draw in theirs.
I am accepting of my art (and its failings - part of the journey) and my diligence is undeniable - I am a persistent old gal! (cute, and a bit over the hill as it were, but persistent nonetheless)
Isn’t there a saying - “you get better with age” - well then, need I say more! (Vanity be my name!)
Although I won’t be blogging about every single solitary page in my first ever Moleskine - and it would be oh so tempting to do just that - I am going to share my second page entry, for now! (since that’s as far as I got - sheepish grin inserted here)
Turning my sketchbook sideways I drew the clenched fist, so I'm showing it here that way too.
Here to lend me a hand (or two) is a page from Courtney's Moleskine. Her personal goal was to complete one hundred hand drawings - this is a sampling of those hundred.
Well, that just about covers it for this “hands on” post!
Do you have a little book you drag along to capture your inner child’s frivolity and unbridled imagination? (be it written or drawn)