Monday, 25 May 2009

Handheld Homecoming

I was recently reminded of the fact that I haven't toyed with my DS in quite some time, so today I decided to dig it out and enjoy a little handheld speedpaint fun. I had forgot just how much fun it is to lounge on my bed and paint in between bouts of cat-napping. And let's face it, cat-napping is what bank holidays were invented for, right?

1 comment:

Xumca said...

Has it really been that long since I last stopped by? Well, I shall be lazy and only comment on this one... but I will comment *about* several entries at once.

Tallow & Tomes: I was particularly amused when I finally blew up the Tallow picture and could read the text. And in regards to both, I see you're continuing to play around with ink -- I wonder if it produces the same sort of meticulousness in artwork that it does in writing (I find that the pen is better for writing if I want something good quality; the fact that each correction involves marking out an old word makes me more careful to pick exactly the right word at first).

Quickie & HH: Handheld Homecoming has some especially good ones today: namely, the trees sliding down a hill (or at least doing so in my overactive imagination) and the mossy cliffs being hit with apparently Japanese-brush-painting-inspired water in particular.