Sarah McIntyre (jabberworks) wrote,
Sarah McIntyre
jabberworks

child labour

Here is a morning sketch of my friend Brittany and me, when we were about six. We pestered our neighbours a lot when we were little, usually with money-making schemes. About ten years, later, Brittany was interviewed on national television for being struck by lightening twice in one day.



Last night our watercolour tutor had a fever but came to teach anyway. I really hope I don't get sick. He had us doing some more colour wash combinations in imaginary lanscapes. It wasn't the best class we've had, and Turner I am not, but here's one of my pichers.

Tags: childhood, watercolour class
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