Monday, May 10, 2010

Everyday in May 9

This is EDM number 9 - draw a bit of organized chaos. My daughter is sick, and wanted me to sit with her in her room while she rested, so I decided to draw her book shelves for this challenge. And as I did it, I realized that I almost have a theme going, with drawings from her room (it did her bed for EDM no 5, see it here).

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This is part of the Everyday in May challenge - drawing something every day in May. A group of us thought it would be fun to do a Everyday Matters (EDM) challenge each day using EDM 1-31. The list of participants in this particular May challenge can be found at Liz and Borrominis blog.
The list of EDM challenges can be found here.


  1. Great sketch, wish my teenage daughter had such tidy colourful chaos! Hope your daughter is better soon. Like the last post too.

  2. It looks like a very tidy romm to me !! :o)
    Very nice sketch !

  3. First visit, and all I can say is Wow!
    You are truly gifted, and what luck you decided to takte time doing things you like again. Talent like yours should not be wasted.
    I agree with some of the earlier comments you have gotten about your drawings of your daughter's room. They are wounderful, and you could probably sell them, if you ever wanted to : )
    See you soon.
    Sara V

  4. If my daugters room could look that clean and tidy (if I could only have my daughter to keep hers that tidy)... Your drawing is great, love the colours.
    I hope your little girl is feeling better very soon.

  5. Great sketch! I wish my children's chaos was this tidy!! I hope the kiddos get to feeling better soon. Take care of yourself too!

  6. This takes me back to my oldest son's shelves in his room when he was little. He is 20 now, and I am 29. Lively sketch, well done! I admire that you are keeping up with the Everyday in May challenge!

  7. Fantastic perspective, and great amount of details in this one =) And I absolutely love the colors too!
    I hope your daughter feels better!

  8. Very lively and expressive!