And so one day they did just that, they kept going. They left just as the wintered fingers of the trees had begun to be covered in a pointillist array of rose and green.
"It's time to go on an adventure" the girl declared as she carefully dragged her Grandfather's suitcase out from under the bed.
|The Sketchbook Project, the sequel by Cari-Jane Hakes pages 2 and 3|
If you want to find out about what happened to the girl in the first Sketchbook, head over to the Art House Co-op website and use the blue arrows to navigate through the book.
I may add a little bit of colour to page 3, just a smudge, to tone it in with the notepaper on page 2. In the meantime, consider it a 'work in progress'.
I have a busy week in my workshop - hopefully I will be able to share some of it with you later on. Until then - a bientôt!
Look what the weekend brought! I got my spring sunshine (for a little bit, on Sunday) and with it, these lilac buds, which when all clustered together resemble green stars!
|March 20 2011, Cari-Jane Hakes|