Promise that you will not laugh

Thank you for participating with the Daily Drawing Contest.  These were your choices: 
Staff 2 received 1 vote – Hungry bird
Staff 5 received 3 votes  – Martin Luther King
Staff 9 received 2 votes – Hungry fishes 
Good eyes, for they were all chosen winners.  
I am so glad that I managed to entice my peers to draw and join the contest.  In our department, only three of us participated and all of us are winners, we cleaned up the prizes. 
Remember in my previous post that I prefer sacred geometry: a line and a circle.  I drew Staff 9 titled “Namaste”.  It’s my self-portrait.  Only half of my face is showing because I am too shy plus the pink hair for anti-bullying. 
Many times, I mentioned that I love hummingbirds and that is Staff 3.  It’s was mostly strokes of straight and oblique lines. 
And the third picture I drew was the family of First Nations.  I have also mentioned before in a post being with the Elders in North Vancouver and Starr who received the “Courage to Come Back” award.  Again, circles and straight lines. 
As much as I am trying to use the right side of my brain, somehow, the left side of my brain is dominant.  What I am aiming for in the future, hopefully, my brain will become centered. 
And now for the winning picture, I received an 8.5 x 11 wire-bound sketch pad to further my ambition to become an artist. 
Namaste

Namaste

26 thoughts on “Promise that you will not laugh

    • Thoughts arose after the fact. Part of analysis, meditation and contemplation as to what made me draw these with thoughtless awareness. Peace out.

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