If you’re like me, you probably look forward to the fall for a lot of reasons. For one, the cooler weather means getting to bundle up in cozy knits. I also find myself doing a lot more baking at this time of year, too. After all, there’s no better way to bring warmth to your home than to turn on the oven and bake some pumpkin chocolate chip muffins. (Plus, the aroma is irresistibly cozy as well!) At my drafting table, my drawings tend to “warm up,” too. And, as you can see from this short video, you don’t need fancy drawing tools to bring an autumnal mood to your fall art projects!
Fall Art Project Drawing Demo
Meanwhile, while I haven’t yet finished filling my 2nd Moleskine art sketchbook, the most recent illustrations in the sketchbook are definitely showing a fall theme!
Fall Art Project Moleskine Sketches
In case you’re wondering…
Why I’ve been a bit lax on blogging and posting new illustrations, the reason is simple. I’ve been trying to absorb as much of the beauty, peace and quiet around my mom’s cottage in advance of our return to the city.
The cat above is Tita, my mom’s Lilac Point Siamese. We’ll be getting our own “fur baby” on October 10th. And I’m hoping he’ll be up for the job of being my art muse and patient lap companion!