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Thought I'd try.

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paintist says:

loving the shoes....must start some drawing myself...

4th Jun 2007, 23:00

Helen says:

I find drawing a bit intimidating. I'd quite like to find that freedom again, the freedom I had before I was 15 and was told my sketching was rubbish!

4th Jun 2007, 23:10

beth says:

they're both gorgeous. you're annoyingly good.

4th Jun 2007, 23:21

Helen says:

Heh, Beth knows that the elephant's head really is on upside-down.

I think the 1212 logo would be safe even in a three year old's hands... we'd see a little more creativity for it at least.

4th Jun 2007, 23:27

Spiderbaby says:

What a good idea! I shall try to draw something tomorrow without worrying what it looks like so that it shall be fun and not stressful :)

4th Jun 2007, 23:27

Helen says:

Myf's a good teacher too.

I shall do my best to follow her programme. I like drawing on envelopes. She endorses the envelope method.

4th Jun 2007, 23:32

Spiderbaby says:

I use a lot of envelopes for list making, and for back of envelope calculations of course, so I'm familiar with the medium! Now, where are my crayons....

4th Jun 2007, 23:48

Viv says:

simplicity was always your skill - silly teachers

5th Jun 2007, 00:34

Viv says:

oh no never

but she has a gift for presenting things in a simple way - complex ideas and forms

5th Jun 2007, 00:42

Dhamaka says:

lovely designs
I second E_S. Bet you'd make a better job of it.

5th Jun 2007, 02:39

swamprose says:

I like an elephant with an upside down head. This is great stuff.

5th Jun 2007, 14:53

FilbertFox says:

can i model using plasticine instead please?

lovely shoes lady

5th Jun 2007, 22:32

Helen says:

Why not?

5th Jun 2007, 22:36

FilbertFox says:

good oh! when all is quiet in the lab tomorrow i will start a group task

5th Jun 2007, 22:39