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Some new Scans, and some of my Daughters art

Some new scans of drawings and sketches that I've done mostly over the holidays. And a little creative exercise

1. Unnamed figure drawing one, pencil on paper, 8x10


2. Unnamed abstract , ink on paper, 8x10
I really let my mind wander on this one, but I liked the final result.

3. Unnamed Drawing, Pencil on paper, 8.5x11


4. Unnamed figure study, Pencil on paper, 8x10


5. Unnamed portrait study, pencil on paper, 8.10

I have not had a winner for the Blog Hun contest, or for this round of pictionary. For BlogHunt, I had one of my original drawings up for grabs, but I think the holiday season was the wrong timing for a time consuming contest. I'm closing both contests. But not all is lost. You might notice that all of the above drawings are Unnamed. That is intentional. Just name the above drawings (numbered 1 through 5) and email me your responces. I will select two winners that have named the drawings with what I consider the best names overall. From those two 'best namers' I will chose the name for each drawing out of those selections of names (each drawing can only have one name even if I like both). The two people that have sent in what I consider the best names overall for all five drawings will each win one of my original drawings that I have selected below.
Prize one, "Midnight Swim" (I selected as a prize for BlogHunt), and
Prize two, "After Bath Reflection" are both pencil on paper, 11"x14" in size.
Of the two chosen winners that I select, Prize one, and Prize two will be in the order of email submission date, earliest submission that I select wins prize one.

Midnight Swim


After Bath Reflection
Have fun. I will select both winners at the end of January.



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Some art done by my daughter, Jodi.



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