November was a (creative) whirlwind of a month. December has been calmer, but has still had it's moments. I've managed to find opportunities to be creative or share my creativity with others. At the beginning of December I did a local event, a kind of craft fair, I guess. I would never have thought that would have been my thing, but you know, in the future I'll be more open minded. It was a lovely day spent with local creative people (including one of my drawing buddies, Paul Gent), I sold lots of stuff (you can't knock that), I got to make a drawing (above) and there was even a pop-up Swedish café. To be honest, that's what sold it to me. Damn, I've never tasted mushrooms that good. I intend to do more of this kind of thing in 2014.Mumbles. The aim was to get ice cream at Verdi's café and ice cream parlour - mid winter is always a good time for ice cream, I find. I've made the same trip the last three times I've been back home and every time it's been closed. It was closed. So we ended up in the arcade on Mumbles Pier where, despite his blatant cheating, I whooped his ass at table hockey and shooting aliens.
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
some things what I did in December
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 1:18 AM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, Andrea Joseph drawings, Derbyshire, illustration, illustrator, in the neighbourhood, moleskine, Moleskine diary, Mumbles, Wales
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Wonderful sketches. The Mumbles Pier device you drew is masterful!
Happy New Year!
Love the drawings and glad you finally had a day of rest :)
great drawings and glad you finally had a day of rest :)
My husband gave me 'Andrea's Book' for Christmas. It's exquisite! The wrapping paper was terrific, too. So nice to have your book on our coffee table to browse through at any time.
I wish you a Happy new year !
Thank you, lovely people. Happy New Year y'all!
(glad you like it Vicky x)
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