This was fun. Faces are always so hard for me. But Puno on Domestika teaches it well. The one on the right was my first. The older gentleman was my third. Doing the half-face exercise reduced the stress of making it symmetrical.
Didn’t get to a museum per instructions, but I found this on the deYoung Museum website.
The sun started to go down and they headed home.
“Want to work on the rainforest project tomorrow after school?” Lily asked.
“Yes! That’ll be fun!”
After eating dinner, Kevin worked on his homework. He didn’t even think of his channel, subscriptions, likes, or dislikes.
Focusing on his math, he understood it and completed all of his homework. Fatigued, he fell into an easy, deep sleep.
I’ve finished my illustrations for Kevin and His YouTube Channel (just have to do cover art).
So back to all the classes I purchased on Domestika. 🙂
“And look over here!” Lily motioned him over.
There, lying in the grass, was a baby elephant napping in the grass.