A Dancing Cracker
Years later, Natalia would tell her grand crackers of the time she danced the NutCracker as lead ballerina, with only a hint to their young ears of the sexual tension between her and Mikhail.
You might remember when I introduced you to her as part of my last 30-Day Challenge of Sidewalk Crackers. This is number 18 in my 30 Day Learning Challenge is a follow-up to yesterday’s. This time I used my own art and figured out how to animate it. Oh my gosh, it’s so much fun to figure it all out. She’s sorta cute, isn’t she?
Mary Cassatt had a birthday (May 22, 1844).
animation….from the archives:
Oh to have that much hair. Photo: Unsplash
A video capturing the many textures and patterns of this laid-back island in the San Juans where we happily spent Labor Day weekend with friends. . With the help of favorite photo apps, I played with those textures.
Appropriately, the month has flown by. I am not happy to see summer slowly closing up shop.
A whole bunch of things to catch up with.
Margaret Hamilton, the only woman in the control room, and three other Hidden Figures I sketched today from photos of varying “recentness.”
In which I honor the perseverence and tenacity of one artist. Two videos you’ll enjoy, methinks.
Celebrating an American moment America really needs now.
Let us not forget….
A quick lesson for you on how to draw an eye, evil or otherwise.
Thinking about the flowers in the garden on this first day of July. As for July… Hip, hip, hooray!