Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Paris and Comics

Fortunately, there were some moments in Paris that were almost light-hearted, even pleasant.The "Polishing" class at Sketchbook Skool prompted me to use a comics style to record a funny conversation. True story:
And again, I recorded an interesting day in Paris that included a museum, a good meal in a restaurant, demonstrations, and falling asleep over my stitching...
Paris is such an interesting place!

8 comments:

Julie Zaccone Stiller said...

Haha, the morphine madness is so very true. Having experienced it myself and my husband recently when he had surgery. I'm so glad your husband's surgery was a success.

Anneliese said...

These comics are so good and so expert-like -

Quilt Inspiration said...

Thank you for these brilliant comics ! They are full of energy and humor. We love the details and the persepctive. You are very talented ! And, we were glad to read the wonderful news that your husband's operation was a success ! Very best wishes to both of you, from Marina and Daryl Lynn :-)

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

What a pleasant way to document a time that was not all fun and games. Keeping it lighthearted is always a good idea!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

What a great way to record your memories - altho' Mr. M might not like so much to be reminded of the WWII comment. So glad you're home and he's doing well.

Ms. said...

Art saves the day again. You made lemonade so to speak and oh, how hard it is to endure these very difficult times. You have my virtual love and encouragement. Your stitching Etudes in the previous post is pretty fantastic too. May the blessings of the universe be yours. You are an outstanding being!

jude said...

i love this style of recording all of this.

LA Paylor said...

thank you for leaving a comment on my blog (not afraid of color)
Your blog is right up my alley! I am going to read backwards next.
I like your art so much. And the inventive hand work. LeeAnna