I'm trying to catch up on the Project Journal Infiltration submissions before I get totally confused as to which I've shared with you. (There is no confusion, on which file the entries are all going into, so if you've submitted don't worry about that!)
The problem is sometimes journal artists show me their sketch of me on site, but then don't send it to me. Sometimes, depending on how much chocolate I've ingested, it's difficult for me to remember if I saw the sketch or received the sketch—you get the idea.
Now would be a good time for artists to check that they actually sent me their image to the email@example.com address, as my tcinternet address has been void since about April 2010—I just found out that my good friend Diane still uses that address sometimes, no wonder I sometimes have no idea what she's talking about! Purge that address from your address book now.
Today, I'm sharing artist Suzanne Hughes' sketches of me at the 2010 Minnesota State Fair. If you follow the link to her blog you will not only find a lovely sketch of a black and red rooster but if you scroll down you'll find her sketches of me. These are fantastic. (I almost look monumental in one because of the upward angle—didn't you want to be a superhero when you were a child? I could be SketchPenGirl able to rush in and observe, OK, yeah, that's not really very useful on the superhero spectrum. I'll work on that.). She caught the extra long length of my special sketching hat just perfectly.
(This is a fishing hat made by Columbia, but as far as I can tell they don't make it any longer. I keep hoping to find more of them. If I could, it would be the only hat I would ever wear, hint, hint, Columbia if you're looking for an artist to endorse your gear!)
Thank you Suzanne for joining in the project with these great sketches.