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Flemington Races


Hello, hello! Illustration 122 in a row.  Today was a public holiday in Melbourne because of the Races and so there were a lot of fashionable ladies and gents roaming around the city today.  All the ladies have hats or fascinators on their heads and I thought I'd draw a hat that I would like to wear.  I would love a hat full of buildings, would be pretty cool, especially if little people came out to play. I drew this up while I was at a BBQ today with friends. 

I am starting to struggle putting up decent drawings up on the blog.  I have been working on some A3 sized drawings, which am not posting up online, for a proper exhibition I want to do next year.  So creating finished pieces for that, work, socializing, gym, daily drawings and other miscellaneous projects is starting to burn me out.  I have been sleeping about 2-3 in the morning and waking up about 8:30 and it has started to take its toll.  I stayed up working on a fish bone drawing last night.  Tried to do some work yesterday but I guess I wasn't functioning properly.  I have every intention of just sitting down and concentrating on finishing a shot tomorrow....hopefully.  Need to go to the gym tomorrow night too...I hope I get there.

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  1. I love, love, love this drawing, her hat is just the best! :)

    Veronika (http://www.constantworkinprogress.com)

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  2. Aww, Marta, you need some rest!

    LOVE this drawing by the way. I'd love a hat like that too! I'll wear my country farm hat, you wear your city hat, and we'll let our little citizens play together. :)

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