Usually the hand doctor’s waiting room is very busy, but today it was just me, my mom, and Me-Me. Had to draw it. I had to.
Here’s my freshly cleaned room. I was proud of how clean it was, so I had to sketch it. My drawing desk is on the left.
Here’s my mom trimming one of the bushes in our front yard. I posted this picture on my Instagram, and one of my mom’s friends saw it and texted her, “I knew that was you! The drawing looks exactly like you!” It made me smile.
Here is yet another part of my kitchen, after I washed the dishes. I seem to sketch my kitchen a lot…
Here’s another corner of my kitchen. The microwave is on the left and the watercooler is on the right. There are some coupons pinned up in the top right corner. I’m not sure why I sketched this, but sketching always helps me look at things in a different way.
Here’s a small fun study of some nail polishes that were on my dresser. I liked painting the shine on each one.
These are my Vans on my bedroom floor. That’s it.
Hello from the backseat of my car! (I actually didn’t paint this in the backseat, I took a picture and painted it at home.) This was on our way to one of Me-Me’s doctors appointments. Me-Me likes to call me and my mom her chauffeurs, and today my mom was the chauffeur of choice.
This sketch is from my place setting at dinner with my mom and Me-Me (my mom’s mom) at Adams Restaurant while in North Wildwood, NJ. I loved how the utensils reflected the red neon from the sign outside of the restaurant. Dinner was great too.
For some reason I had to sketch the most exciting corner of my kitchen. I present to you the toaster oven, the toaster, the coffee maker, and the stove and tea kettle. I had fun painting the reflection on the stove especially.