Yes, kiddos, this is indeed my THIRD post this week. Having this tablet allows me to putter away at things during times when I’d normally not be able to be very productive (though right now, given the time of day, I could be in my studio, but I’m still recovering from being sick, my foot hurts, and lounging on the couch with my leg up is much more appealing than being in my studio chair right now).
Alright, time for round two of the recent moleskin sketching bonanza. These sketches were done while I was at Camp Carpenter with my youngest (still a Cub Scout for one more year) and my oldest (who came along as a helpful Den Chief for the week):
So there you have it, my 2016 moleskin diary of Camp Carpenter. I’m trying not to think too hard that I only have one more year at this camp, since my youngest will have aged out into Boy Scouts. I have a lot of good memories from this camp, with both the boys and my fellow adults. I wish I had thought to carry my moleskin with me during the first few years. Even though my sketches seem like random nature drawings, because of the nature of drawing, each one reminds me of the time and place I drew them, and all the memories that were made there that summer.
The last installment of my camp-based moleskin sketches will happen sometime next week, I think. There is some family vacationing going on soon, so we’ll see what my schedule allows (though the tablet makes that easier, it’s only easier if I’m somewhere with an internet connection). I’ve got another book cover to start working on, I need to get cranking on IPMDT! again, I still want to get my t-shirt shop up and running before the end of the year, there’s still a few pages left of 10 Things, I want to experiment more with some concept art on the tablet…I have plenty to keep me busy!