Rock-a-doodle-doo Part 2

I hope you enjoyed part 1 of the two part series of my February doodling challenge. Here’s presenting the 2nd half – the initial few days I continued my black and white theme but later decided to switch things up by experimenting with watercolors. I am so thrilled with my watercolor pieces and cannot wait to share them with you guys . I think I am going to turn into a watercolor artist as the year progresses. A girl can dream, right? 😉 Okay, I will stop talking/typing now; let’s move on to the fun part – the doodles…

Feb 20: Has four legs

Draw doodle daily challenge ellolovey indian elephant black and white art

 

Feb 21: Tall

Draw doodle daily challenge ellolovey ballet ballerina black and white art

Feb 22: Bite

Draw doodle daily challenge ellolovey love at first bite black and white art

 

Feb 23: Weekend

Draw doodle daily challenge ellolovey unwind weekend black and white art

 

Feb 24: Begins with ‘A’

Draw doodle daily challenge ellolovey appreciate flowers watercolor

Feb 25: Dino

Draw doodle daily challenge ellolovey dinosaur children illustration watercolor

 

Feb 26: Vase

Draw doodle daily challenge ellolovey bloom where you are planted watercolor planter

 

Unfortunately I couldn’t continue the challenge on the last 2 days due to…well…LIFE. But I am not disappointed. I have finally started to be easier on myself. The point of challenges is to practice more and get out of your comfort zone, which I tried. So here’s a pat on my back for that! 😀 Have you done something lately that you are proud of? Which pushed you to test your limits? I would love to know and pat your back too. 😉

 

P.S. In case you are interested the prompts for the last two days were frame and gnome. Let your imagination run wild!

 

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    1. Thank you! Experimenting is always good as you don’t get bored and learn along the way.

      You run? Nice. Great job with pushing yourself. I am sure you will only keep getting better. I remember when I participated in a 5k marathon for the first time. It was a proud moment to have completed that run! So I know the feeling. You keep it up, girl! :*

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