Thursday, October 4, 2007

Gingers Post. . .Inspired me!

Ginger I just got home from coffee with a friend. . .actually I had coffee with my friend and then I stopped by the post office to mail some things. When I was standing in line, there was a woman pregnant with child and her small maybe 6 year old daughter. I was so taken by the child's beauty that I could hardly keep my eyes off of her. I actually thought "This child is so beautiful she needs a picture book about her." The child was so very patient as I tried to study what it was about her that just made her glow. I loved her hair, her outfit, her shoes, her eyes could never have anyone do them justice. . .they were incredible. I am sure she is just as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside. How could I tell? She was loving on her mother as they stood at the counter.

Anyway I told myself I should go home and draw her. . .knowing that I wouldn't as I am in a crunch for a deadline. But your post Ginger inspired me to do just that. . .come home and do a really quick sketch of what touched me today. . .I could never do her justice but here she is. . .thank you Ginger for doing what you always do. . .inspire me!!


4 comments:

Ginger*:)* said...

I can see exactly why you needed to create a drawing for this child. I love the hair, genuine expression of innocence and the socks that won't quite stay up.

Hopefully you will create her in color as well!

Deb Johnson said...

She's really sweet! I agree with Ginger - I would love to see her in color :)

Sherry Rogers said...

Thank you so much! You are both very kind. If I were to color her I think I would re-draw her and give her action and a bit more thought. . .I am just so glad I got the opportunity to really put her on paper. . .so when I do re-draw her I will have a clearer vision.

Rebecca Sweet said...

I love the sketch...it makes me want to get my pencil out and start capturing all those special little things that touch our hearts....it's nice to pour over these posts again, seeing all the inspiring art and reading about your moments...I've missed everyone.