• HB

    AWESOME drawing!!! I love them.  Happy Easter to you!

    • THANK YOU!!!  I am always tweaking my work.  I am never satisfied with the end result.  I always think it could be better.  Sigh!  Happy Easter to you too.  

  • Cheryl Therrien

    Great illustrations as usual! You never disappoint. 🙂 Happy Easter! 

    • Thanks so much Cheryl. Happy Easter to you also. 🙂

  • Jnjm62

    Great drawings I really liked the large eggs 

    • Thank you so much. The large eggs were fun to create. 🙂

  • Shirla Vergara

    Susan, between church and meal preparation I hadn’t had a chance to say Happy Easter to you…belated I know!  This is my first opportunity to have a chance to see your latest creations…OH MY!!! You always go over and above in all you do—-N-I-C-E!

    • Thanks so very much for your compliment. It means a great deal. 🙂

  • Love the pictures, Susan. Your colorful eggs are tempting me to crochet something colorful. Hopefully, I will get a few hours of time tomorrow. The pictures are wonderful. How long it took to finish all these pictures?

    • Thank so much. I would love to see what you crochet.

      To answer your question; The time to do each piece can vary depending on the complexity. Some can take 30 minutes or so, others can take up to a week (sometimes longer). It all depends on the detail I want, to accomplish a finished piece.

  • Kay Lorraine

    You drew all this neat stuff on your iPad?  How the heck did you do that?  Are those of us who couldn’t draw flies on a hot day able to use this app, too?  O does it require the kind of talent that you have and most of the rest of us don’t.  

    I am so intrigued by this IDraw thing.  Now I have to go google it.  Wait right there……..

    OK, I’m back.  I checked it out and although I don’t have an iPad, it’s available for my Mac at $24.99.  Will it make me “arty?”  Inquiring minds want to know!

    Kay in Hawaii

    • Yep I do these on my iPad and do some finish work on my Mac. The cost is very small compared to the tool capabilities.

      Yep it can make you “arty”. The tool is meant for anyone who is interested in having fun drawing, regardless of skill level. If you go back to some of first drawing on the blog you can see how I have improved. You can do stick figures or full on art pieces. I am kind of in the middle. The best part is you can send it and share it wherever you choose. If you give a whorl I would love it if you would share some of things you do. We could become art buddies. 🙂

  • Margaretduarte

    Awesome as usual, Susan.  It was hard to pick a favorite.  It was a tie between the bunny and the basket with the tulips.  What joy it must bring you to create–and share–such uplifting art.

    • You make me blush. I don’t see my art as much because it seems so simple but others tell me that is balderdash.

      I do enjoy making my art. I also enjoy sharing what I create on my blog. Thanks for all your support and encouragement.

  • Crack You Whip

    Those are all great! I don’t think I could come anywhere close to that.  I bought a Wacom tablet and love it.  My Ipad just collects dust, it is so limiting.  You are amazing!

    • Thank you so much. I love you drawings. They convey the message you are going for … that makes them successful. What drawing software do you use?