How to draw when it’s ccccold.

Cripes, but it was cold here this week.  To boot, we were all coming down with some sort of flu, but the cold even had our dogs snuggling into the same bed, deep under their blankets. Then there was snow and salt and muck and, ugh. It finally eased up today, bit still, what the hell, where’s global warming when you need it?

Anyway, I was fortunate to have chatted about how to cope with all this mess earlier with my Ronnie Lawlor.  Here ya go:

7 thoughts on “How to draw when it’s ccccold.”

    1. Really really hot! Couldn’t keep my sunnies on my nose today as they kept sliding off with the sweat and couldn’t see anything at all without them because of the glare!

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  1. Wonderful to see your blog Danny! Veronica Lawlor what a fantastic person to interview about drawing under adverse circumstances! Remember this person actually delivers not only with her art but as a teacher. Her reportage during 9/11 is something I look at from time to time and it never fails to amaze me. I am so glad to be part of her new klass.

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  2. It finally stopped snowing here in Northern Ontario after back to back storms…I was happy to start sketching in my new Art Before Breakfast Workbook… from the comfort of my cozy apartment.

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