L’intendance, travail obscur mais combien nécessaire.

Two drawings on real paper for December… my virtual “carnet de dessins” on the iPod touch is very addictive: practical, fast, not messy, not smelly, carried easily in a pocket. When I looked at  a film of Degas, Renoir, Manet on Aletha’s blog today, painting in oil, full palette loaded, several brushes in hand, an easel… can’t help thinking “lucky devils to have a wife”

Deux dessins sur papier en décembre…mon carnet de dessins virtuels  est tellement pratique que j’ai une ipodépendance. Rapide, rien à ranger, pas d’odeur, et hop dans la poche. En regardant Degas, Renoir et Manet ce matin, dans un petit film sur le blog d’Aletha, bien installés devant leur chevalet, une palette bien chargée et plusieurs pinceaux en main j’ai pensé ”  veinards d’avoir une femme’.


19 thoughts on “L’intendance, travail obscur mais combien nécessaire.

    • Thank you Margaret. We do get mosquitoes too here in summer, so I know how it is when no mosquitoes in sight.

    • oui vive le papier et toutes les surfaces ou on peut dessiner.
      J’ai trouvé ça drole de voir Monet en veste et chemise blanche pour peindre. Merci Aletha

    • This post took me by surprise, I guess I am a bit tired of cooking…funny to read the comments of everyone, not many guys anyway.

  1. Both drawings are wonderful. I just got an ipod touch and downloaded sketchbook to it. I am still learning how to use it, but it seems like you can make some amazing art that way.

    • I hope you will post your drawings made on your iPod. I am using a lot Brushes but use also sketchbook, and they are very versatile and fun to use.
      Thank you for visiting.

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