Merry Christmas! Today, at long last, I am going to share my Christmas card drawing. While not everyone on my list of friends and family have yet gotten their cards, I wanted to share this on Christmas Day.
This year, I worked from a photo I took last winter after a breathtaking storm. There was a woods laced with snow and ice, and a single Angus cow standing before it. It was a beautiful scene, and I was fortunate to have my camera handy. It was very, very slow mapping out the whole woods for this drawing. Talk about time consuming! But I always do love a challenge, so that was ok. I enjoyed this one a lot.
– 8×10 inches in size.
– Drawn in pen and ink. Almost exclusively the Prismacolor Premier Illustration Marker, 0.005 mm size.
– Drawn on Strathmore 400 series Bristol Smooth paper.
Feel free to click on the images to see them larger.
Below is the actual Christmas card we used the image for.
And here is the inside. I wrote the poem for the card this year. It was the first time I wrote the inside message, but I do love to write, so it was fun.
I hope you are warm and happy and surrounded by family and friends.
Merry Christmas from Oliver and me. 🙂
Yes, he actually seems to enjoy being dressed up. He feels extra special then.
Thank you for looking.