I did it! A sketch for every day in January - and some. I feel proud of myself. I had fun, pushed the boundaries and made some new friends on the way. What more can you ask? Thank you lovely peeps for your supportive comments - which help keep you going (especially when you think you some sketches are not worth posting!).
Here are the last few.
Flags or hangings: I had to draw the beautiful hanging made for my by my friend Starr White of Wonderland Woods. It hangs by my work table and gives me such pleasure and inspiration every day!
Transport: This is 'The Matthew', a replica of the caravel sailed by John Cabot from Bristol to North America in 1497. He was searching for Asia, but discovered New-found-land! The ship was faithfully recreated and undertook the same voyage in 1997. She's now based in Bristol's Harbourside.
Something Ancient: The lovely old compass dial on top of Penpole Point, in Kings Weston, where the encroaching scrub has recently been cleared by our brilliant conservation volunteers! The dial was already old in 1668, when it was repaired by the Merchant Venturers of the Port of Bristol
Day 31 was Arches: This is the view looking outside from The Echo, the C18th summerhouse at Kings Weston. The plinth once held a beautiful statue which disappeared after WWII.