Update from Casey

I couldn’t resist sharing what I’ve been working on.  I seem to have developed this compulsion over a year and a half of blogging!  As I posted these pictures on my other blogs, I thought I might as well put them up here too.

My theme is local color, so on Sunday morning I went around town with a camera and took loads of random photos.  Based on those, I did a few sketches on my first two pages.  I found myself being drawn to people rather than things or architecture.

Here are those pages – and yes, those are those are my feet, too!

And some ink experiments that I was hoping to use for the cover, but they probably won’t get used, because I paid no attention to the grain of the paper. I can hear Dominique sighing from here….

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Author: caseytoussaint

I'm an American who's been living in France since 1985. Married to Michel (who's French) and Mom to Claire, Damien and Paul. For a long time I did the work of a 'professional American in France' eg translation, interpretation, English teaching....and spent a lot of time and energy refurbishing an old house in the Loire Valley. Now I'm trying to put more energy into drawing and painting.

5 thoughts on “Update from Casey”

  1. Well said, Lindsay!

    I’m in love with that last view through the gate, Casey. Magical colours. And I can’t wait to get my hands on the rest for close up appreciation.

  2. Well, I used the middle one for my cover but it did dry a bit wonky because of the grain being in the wrong direction. It’s under a large pile of books now, and I guess it’ll soften up a bit while traveling around the world.

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