A day of surfing, sunbathing and sketching

Sam has been trying to convince me to have a go at surfing here because apparently, if I can't do it here, I can't do it anywhere! So, I plucked up the courage and today I had a go.

I came, I surfed, I conquered
I was pleased I managed to stand up and go along on a wave, but I still think it's a lot of effort for just a few seconds of fun!

Every day we've been eating in either of the two little cafes right next to the beach. The banana pancakes for breakfast are fantastic, I really like the lemon tea too - great for the cold I have at the moment!

Lemon tea
Here's the drawing I've been doing for a few mornings now, it's coming along, just a few more mornings to go and I think it'll be finished!

sketch
Garden sketch
The green pencil from the cheap pack I bought is a bit vibrant, so I toned it down a bit with black to keep the grass from looking too luminescent!

color pencil drawing
Almost finished...
Sam went surfing (in a thunderstorm!) this afternoon, so, as it was raining, I stayed in the bungalow and did a pencil drawing of the dog we saw yesterday. What do you think?

sketchbook page
Sketchbook page
 It was tricky taking a photo of the drawing, especially as the thunderstorm had made it so dark!

pencil sketch
Dog pencil drawing
Today's Every Day in May challenge was to draw the inside of your closet. As I'm lacking a closet right now, I drew my rucksack!


We're just waiting for our chicken and chips for dinner now so I'll leave you with this photo of some surfboards...

Surfboards
If you like what you see, please follow my blog using one of the buttons on the right-hand-side at the top :)

Yesterday I partied at Hickory TrailBeyond the Picket Fence and Savvy Southern Style.

Clare Willcocks: A day of surfing, sunbathing and sketching

Thursday, 30 May 2013

A day of surfing, sunbathing and sketching

Sam has been trying to convince me to have a go at surfing here because apparently, if I can't do it here, I can't do it anywhere! So, I plucked up the courage and today I had a go.

I came, I surfed, I conquered
I was pleased I managed to stand up and go along on a wave, but I still think it's a lot of effort for just a few seconds of fun!

Every day we've been eating in either of the two little cafes right next to the beach. The banana pancakes for breakfast are fantastic, I really like the lemon tea too - great for the cold I have at the moment!

Lemon tea
Here's the drawing I've been doing for a few mornings now, it's coming along, just a few more mornings to go and I think it'll be finished!

sketch
Garden sketch
The green pencil from the cheap pack I bought is a bit vibrant, so I toned it down a bit with black to keep the grass from looking too luminescent!

color pencil drawing
Almost finished...
Sam went surfing (in a thunderstorm!) this afternoon, so, as it was raining, I stayed in the bungalow and did a pencil drawing of the dog we saw yesterday. What do you think?

sketchbook page
Sketchbook page
 It was tricky taking a photo of the drawing, especially as the thunderstorm had made it so dark!

pencil sketch
Dog pencil drawing
Today's Every Day in May challenge was to draw the inside of your closet. As I'm lacking a closet right now, I drew my rucksack!


We're just waiting for our chicken and chips for dinner now so I'll leave you with this photo of some surfboards...

Surfboards
If you like what you see, please follow my blog using one of the buttons on the right-hand-side at the top :)

Yesterday I partied at Hickory TrailBeyond the Picket Fence and Savvy Southern Style.

1 Comments:

At 1 June 2013 at 17:00 , Blogger Michelle said...

I love your creativity! Soo cool! what a fun idea your comic diary and anytime I see surfboards it makes me feel all dreamy of beach days :) Michelle

 

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home