#AprilA2Z Art Sketching through the Alphabet “P”

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Hello, Kitten & Dawgs, thanks for sticking with me this month for the A2Z Art Sketching Through the Alphabet and today’s prompt is the letter “P”.Β  DH is my prince charming and he calls me his little princess. That may sound a bit sappy to some but I think it’s sweet the way we feel about each other.Β  Here are the princess and prince at the ball.

In the coming weeks, I will devote more time to drawing body figures and facial expressions to purrfect my weaknesses.

 

Hopefully, what I share with you every day will encourage you to do something that interests you that you’ve long put off because like me you just don’t think you can. My advice is, just do it! Maybe, you’ll be surprised. I know I was! πŸ™‚

 

I’m heading off to link up with other fellow AtoZers and you’re invited to come along.Β  I’ll see you on tomorrow for the next installment of Art Sketching through the Alphabet!

 

 

 

 

 

A2Z Art Sketching Through theΒ  Alphabet post recap:

  1. β€œA” for Angels
  2. β€œB” for Boys, little
  3. β€œC” is for Cows, Chicken & Chicks, and Big Cats
  4. β€œD” for Dog
  5. β€œE” is for Elephant, Eagle, & Elk
  6. β€œF” is for Fence, Fox, & Frog
  7. β€œG” is for Girls
  8. β€œH” is for Horses
  9. β€œI” is for Iris
  10. β€œJ” is for Jack & Jill
  11. β€œK” is for Kanga & Roo
  12. β€œL” is for Lighthouse
  13. “M” is for Mermaids
  14. “N” is for Nightingale
  15. “O” is for Owl

 

 

 


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50 thoughts on “#AprilA2Z Art Sketching through the Alphabet “P”

    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      Encourage your kiddo to draw! Our youngest daughter loved drawing and I thought for sure she’d take art in college but didn’t. These days, she doesn’t do too much sketching now that she’s discovered living on her own and working doesn’t allow much time for hobbies. Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      Thanks, Deb! I’m delighted to be drawing again after a long hiatus! I feel like I’ve woke from a deep sleep and seeing things new and different for the first time. Thanks for visiting!

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  1. Thomas Anderson

    Good morning, Cathy!

    I am Pleased as Punch to be here for P-Day, dear friend, and gaze at your Prince and Princess sketch. I like how you started in tight this time and “zoomed out” in the second image to show us more of their surroundings. Once again I studied the facial expressions of the two subjects. The prince is handsome and has an air of dignity and nobility. You can tell he has experience with the ladies and knows how to treat them. He is proud to have this lady by his side. The princess is a classic beauty, old school feminine, naturally reticent and demure. The prince and princess make a fine couple and you made a fine drawing, Cathy!

    You and DH are very lucky to have a warm, romantic relationship and to have terms of endearment for each other. There’s nothing sappy about it. You have discovered the recipe for a long, happy marriage.

    Have a Purrfect Wednesday, dear friend Cathy!

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    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      Tom,

      Your visits make my day peachy king! It’s a joy to hear that others who appreciate or have a similar relationship as DH & I. We count ourselves very blessed every day. I wanted to sketch a Disney Prince & Princess but ran short on time but I can always do that another time. Thank you for your on-going show of encouragement each day. You’ll never know how much this means to me, my friend. I’ll see you soon!

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  2. pam

    Oh Cathy, I love it! Great job on the “P”! Your sketch is really, really good. Thanks for sharing and always such sweet comments when you visit my blog. I have found the last couple of months that a lot of people love PURPLE! It has always been my fav color and being my birth stone is an added plus.

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    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      Pam, You’re kind. Thanks! I have much to learn before I will feel totally comfortable sketching without any visuals or maybe I’ll always need it. lol You’re quite talented and I enjoy your beautiful paintings!

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    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      Debbie, sometimes I feel like I’m living in a fairy tale because DH is just too good to be true. Sometimes, I’ll say to him, “I don’t know what I did to deserve you.” He always replies, “I don’t want to hear any complaining.” lol He’s just too funny.

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  3. lorigg

    More perfectly delightful sketches. even though I am far too much of a tomboy to count myself a princess, I did marry a prince. It is a pleasure everytime I read or hear of other marriages that make it work. Thank you for sharing your sketches and pieces of you.

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    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      Thank you, Claire! Honestly, I didn’t know how well I would do with drawing after eons of not doodling anything but even when I was drawing I lacked the confidence needed. I think that’s what you’re seeing, my confidence in my art sketches. πŸ™‚

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    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      Andy, I like placing pleasant, sweet expressions on my women. There are so many angry people in the world that it’s nice to see my ladies happy. I suppose it’s my inner sunny-self shining through my drawings πŸ™‚

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    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      MoonDustWriter, It is a good feeling to be held in a special place in DH’s heart and eye as his “little princess”. I wish more couples shared what we share. πŸ™‚ Thanks for visiting.

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  4. Birgit

    If people think it’s silly or make fun of it in a bad way (I’m thinking of your children or close friends having fun) the. They are jealous because very few have such a great relationship. You show the demureness of the princess and the strength of the prince. Great work and love the fireplace in the background which gives some realism to the scene

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    1. Cathy Kennedy Post author

      Birgit, I don’t care what others think about me. I say, “To each his/her own”! We all can’t be the same. That’s what makes life interesting. After I penciled out my princess and prince then inspiration came for the background fill. It’s sorta funny how that’s happened nearly after I draw my main subject. πŸ™‚ Thanks for visiting, dearie!

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