Sketch A Day In May - Daisy, Sam, And Pug Get Married
Here comes the bride - wagging his wee tail behind him!
Daisy loves weddings! She loves them so much that she's only gone and married her wee brother Sam to their pet pug!
Remember to click the video to see a funny little speed drawing for the final of my 'Sketch A Day In May' challenge!
Sketch A Day In May - Three Wee Llamas!
It's three wee llamas, strolling in the morning sun, in the penultimate of my 'Sketch A Day In May' speed drawings.
I have a new challenge percolating in my brain at the moment, and look forward to sharing it with you tomorrow, so that we're all set for June!
Remember to click the little video below the picture to see the drawing really come alive!
Sketch A Day In May - Wee Dracula And Little Medusa
Wee Dracula, and Little Medusa, have been working hard building their sandcastles - but here comes the nasty tide to wash them away! Oh, the 'gothic' horror of it all!
Sketch A Day In May - Rollerskating Fox
Bonjour Monsieur Fox! You're certainly channeling a cool vibe as you roller-skate your way through Paris! Click on the video to make the drawing come alive!
Sketch A Day In May - Happy Ice Creams!
It's two happy little ice creams dancing on cloud ninety-nine in today's sketch.
To see the drawing take shape, click on the video below!
Sketch A Day In May - Apple For Teacher
It's Alfie, with the biggest, brightest, shiniest, and juiciest apple for his teacher, to show his appreciation for all their work!
Remember to click the video to make the drawing come alive!
Sketch A Day In May - Space Cats
Two cheery little space cats riding through the galaxy on their 'Space Vespa'. Click the video below the sketch to make the drawing come alive!
Sketch A Day In May - Grandmother Of Dragons
A cute speed drawing of Grandma out for a walk, and some shopping, with her dragons!
Sketch A Day In May - Cute Lamb And Ma
A cute wee lamb and its mammy, i saw in Campbeltown, at the weekend.
Sketch A Day In May - Cute Narwhal
I couldn't resist drawing this cute wee Narwhal saying hello. He really is the unicorn of the sea!
Whit's he up tae noo?
The blog posts of David Brodie, a Scottish artist based near Glasgow.