A look into my sketchbook!

August 20, 2014

Hello lovelies! hope you are all doing good... It's so hot here in Abu Dhabi especially this month.. There's not a slight breeze even during night times. I find myself spending more of my time indoors drawing while watching old episodes of Grey's Anatomy. Even though i love staying home than going out, i wish the weather changes soon..

Here's one of the page in my sketchbook that i recently finished..

For those who can't figure out what it is... it's my version of galaxy. Hope it looks like one.

We had a sandstorm two days back and the whole place was covered in sand and dust for about an hour. I had a hard time closing my window from the heavy wind..

Sharing wonderful quote by Mark Twain before i leave....

Have a fantastic day everyone :) 

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  1. Hi Anitha, your artwork is lovely. I still owe you gifts -- we just started back to school this week so once I'm back into the swing of things, will get those sent off to you via TNT. So glad we didn't get that dust storm. But has been so humid the past several days. Thankfully better today. But, of course, always hot, hot, hot. Wishing you a great rest of the week. Tammy

  2. Your artwork is a delight. It is cooling down rapidly here the shift in seasons is quite apparent already.

  3. Your galaxy sketch is great! We get sandstorms here in Delhi too during summers. Hope the weather changes soon so that you can enjoy a wonderful week.

  4. Love that quote! And your galaxy is GORGEOUS!!! It is the perfect combination of colors and stars!!! I am blown away!!!! You take care and I hope that you don't have anymore of those sandstorms! Nicole xoxo

  5. I really love that quote - definitely something to always remember!! I also love your art - it's so pretty and the colours are gorgeous!! Hope the heat becomes more bearable soon, it's pretty much autumn already here in England which is really bizarre!! xx

  6. Your galaxy paintings are lovely, and I can't imagine what happens when you are outside in a sudden dust storm. Luckily you were home and indoors.