Made a few sketches this weekend, but it wasn’t until I was scanning them and naming the files that I realized my propensity to draw objects beginning with the letter “T”. The tomato plant happened to be a very good model. That’s the least it could do since it keeps teasing me with little green tomatoes.
There’s really no good reason for this unusual focus of mine. No tall, dark stranger with a letter “T” prominent in his name has wandered into my life. I did not see a Model T on the highway over the weekend. I DID drink a lot of iced tea—as evidenced by the above picture. As a matter of fact, I believe I was drinking a glass of iced tea while I was drawing the sun tea brewing. Could be a conspiracy. Come to think of it, since the Boston Tea Party, tea has not really enjoyed the same level of divisive fame, and it could be looking for a little of the old spotlight. I’ll have to keep an eye on those teabags to see what they’re brewing.
Sorry, yes, I had to go there.
Now you could argue that this last one is more about the circus performer than it is about the tent, but then you’d just be lookin’ to interfere with my mojo, and why would you want to do a thing like that?!?
For the record, the tent came first. It was a two line doodle that turned into a tent. The circus performer started from the feet, but the torso was illusive, so what’s an artist to do? Why draw a Pacman eating the performer of course! Ha, can’t believe you didn’t see that one coming…sheesh.
Perhaps I’ve struck gold for drawings with a theme—pick a letter, any letter, and find the objects to fill the book. That really doesn’t sound very exciting. Sounds a little more like dictionary manufacture.
I think I’ll just revel in this happy coincidence, and move on. Or perhaps I’ll submit them to the shrink and see what my psyche is telling me. Yo, Nan, I’m thinking you were hungry, thirsty and bored! That’ll be $568.02, please. NEXT!
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