Thursday, 23 June 2011

Flower Drawings

Normally my drawings are poster sized, one day it was too much work lugging a small table with me everywhere I go, so I decided to try using only my sketch pad and see how smaller drawings turn out, loved drawing those 2 flowers, but right after I was finished with them I got right back to drawing on poster board, but now that I found those drawings again and remembered how great it was to draw on smaller sized paper, I think I'll do it again in the near future... . .. .


  1. These are stunning! Really wow! i may have to scratch around and find one of my old sketch pads after seeing this, have you thought about approaching one of the stamp companies? they're always looking for new artists

  2. Oh these are beautiful.

  3. Great drawings... I have a $65 stamp giveaway going on right now.. come and sign up.

    Have a great weekend,
    Jessica Lynn

  4. You are sooo talented!
    Alicia xx

  5. Wonderful drawings Claudia, very detailed. I am just letting you know that I have still not been able to send your squiggles stamp out to you as the 'postal strike' in Canada is apparently still going on. I will keep checking the website and when it is all clear, I will send asap. hugs from heidi x

  6. thanks for the lovely comments guys....
    hugs to all... :) Claudia W.

  7. WOW! Claudia, you are an amazing artist.

    Donna x

  8. Hi Claudia,
    Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog. Do you make scrapbooking layouts too, or just cards? I'd love to see some if you do. Your drawings are beautiful, I especially love the corn one! You're very talented.
    Francine (in Australia)

  9. Wow, Claudia, your drawings are spectacular! You really are an amazingly talented artist! I wish I could sketch like you :)


  10. Your drawings are gorgeous!

    Thank you for posting my blog candy in your side bar. Good luck in the draw!

  11. Hi Claudia!
    I saw you from Stacey's blog where I read about you and your cat and so came to visit. The funny thing is that while Stacey's cat was alive, he would always be there on her craft table, holding papers down etc. He even had his own drinking cup there. (wouldn't drink anywhere else)
    I adore your pencil work. Pencil drawing was my thing before I found cardmaking, wiping out time for any other hobbby. LOL
    Ive become a follower.