Children's illustrator, needle felter and toymaker. Somewhere in rural Shropshire.
:-) I love the tower building, it's very intriguing. Always like your pencil drawings, they have a lovely texture to them.Sketchbooks are visual diaries, really, aren't they? A way to take what's in your head and record it. My scribbles aren't so legible as yours though!
I love these!
Love these peeks inside your sketchbook!
Hello Gretel,I agree ...love peaking into your sketch book!!janet xox
Oh those sketches are lovely: wish the tower by the water was my own house!
thanks for letting us in- I like it!!!!!
I've just been sitting here scrolling back and forward between the two - they are both wonderful! You would have been impressed with a drawing I did last week for a party game. The answer was Charlie Dimmock - I drew a flower bed, a spade, and a little stick woman with big, bouncy ..... yes, my team guessed it right away!!
The top one looks like it could be made of sand, very whimsical sketches...lovely!
Gretel, you are generous to share these sketchbook pages with us. Sometimes I think of my recently very neglected sketchbook as a sort of incubator of ideas that I might want to develop in one or another director.And so, when I saw your first tower, like a prior commenter, thought of a sand castle, and then thought of it as a nest of sorts.And then, the second tower had bird at its top and another bird inspecting the grounds.You've reminded me to be more focused in my determination to put some graphite on a page or three or twenty of my own sketchbook.Many thanks. xo
Dear Gretel!!Merry Christmas from Brazil for you! A big kiss! Vy
Oh, Dearest and Most Lovely Gretel..I don't have the lovely sketchbook, nor do I have the talent. But, what a wonder as always to see the beauty that you create. I do tell myself secrets..outside to inside. They are just not as wonderful as yours.Happiest and joyful filled Christmas to you and Andy, e.
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