Happy Mother's Day Drawing and Stop Motion
This drawing I made it for my mother. I drew myself as a little kid. Yes, that is my actual hair. It is just a super mess. I already gave up on the silly hair. Moving along, the drawing was made with markers and coloring pencils.
The heart I drew it in Kawaii format. I thought it was a good idea for a Mother’s Day present. A lot of mothers like those sentimental, type of drawings. It is fun to do something like that from time to time.
I am just very thankful for her support, as I try to write a Best Seller. One of these days, I am going to write something that folks are going to want to buy. It is all a matter of trying.
I do not think my writing is terrible. Rather, folks only buy things from writers that are established. Where do I fit in on all the fun? Well, I am not going to go in that direction.
Aside from the silly drawing, I made a stop motion video. In this video, the dolls are saying I love you mom, in different languages. I even included two video game languages.
I thought it would make it fun, and amusing. Aside from the drawings, we also jazzed up her room a bit. We hung up a painting, to help decorate it.
The thing is that we have been living in this house for like 3 years, and she has not made the room her own. It almost looks like a guest room. This is the first room that belongs only to my mother.
My overly painted room is also my first solo bedroom. I am not going to elaborate on that nonsense. I hope that you take some time to show your appreciation for your mother.
Go see her, and show her you care, even if you have to wear a hazmat suit, cause the world sucks right now. If you don’t have a hazmat suit, just stand outside the window and do a serenade or something.
Just being physically nearby is enough for your mother, I think. I hope you have a nice Mother’s Day with your mom. This is Teresita Blanco, the Artsy Sister. Bye, Bye and God bless.