Sunday, January 5, 2014

My Drawing of a Moon Hare

It has been a month since I've posted a drawing here. But today it felt like a perfect day to try to draw  a moon hare (I had found a picture to draw from). After this morning I had to take care of myself a little bit extra. First I went out for some cycling; the weather is beautiful here. It smells like spring. Then I took my sketchbook and drew this moon hare. I am feeling a lot better now. J


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  1. Oh this is lovely! Enjoy your spring weather - we are in the middle of a deep freeze (which we normally don't get in our part of the States). I'm in hibernation mode! :D

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    1. The weather is nice, but to be honest, I long for some snow. (not too much)
      Love to hibernate :D

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  2. Lovely. I seem to have developed a fascination with hares, thank you for sharing your talent.

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    1. My fascination for hares is rapidly growing. Sycamore has given me the link to your Pinterest board with hares

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  3. This is a beautiful drawing Ellen! I hope to see some more soon :)

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  4. Ellen, I love this! As you know, the Rabbit (Hare) is my animal guide for 2014. Your drawing is exquisite!

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    1. Thank you so much Zanna. I've been reading up about the spiritual meaning about hare and I don't think it is strange I am so attracted to this animal So I guess I could call it my guide too:)
      Never had any experience with this principle

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    2. Well, I think probably every animal could teach us something about life! But I find it interesting to draw a card from an animal-theme deck of one kind or another just to see what the Universe might want me to see. :)

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    3. You are so right. I am thinking of buying the Animal Druid Oracle for that purpose

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  5. Wonderful drawing, as usual :) SIGH. I need to get some new drawing pencils. I spent many years painting, but now I just want paper and pencils, that's it. Isn't that where it all starts anyway? I love when you post your artwork.

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    1. Thank you Olivia. Pen and paper are so easy to pick up; no preparation, no mess afterwards and just playing with form and gray nuances :D
      I hope you will post some of your art too when you will comfortable about it

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  6. that is a really great drawing of a Moon Hare. Well done you!

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    1. Thank you Louise and also for following me :D

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