"Camellia" by Robert A. Sloan
You can also see this at my DeviantART account where I've got a lot of prints available. Every time it comes out something cool like this I'll also post it at dA.
I love the idea of this group. Forgive the length of this entry, I'm catching up here for the previous four days too. After this I'll just post one at a time, and pick the best one or two from any day I did multiple drawings. When I get going with Conte crayons, charcoal, pastels or oil pastels sometimes I wind up doing a lot of fast drawings.
Here's the best one that I did yesterday October 4th:
Okay, so it's not so spectacular as art. But it gets the point across, it was another demo for an article. As long as I'm posting cool images though, one I like better from yesterday is a photo, this is the coolest image I did on the fourth.
Back on October 3d, I did a good drawing again for an eHow article, "How to Draw a Still Life with Colored Conte Crayons" -- a medium that I think many of my daily artworks are going to be in because they come out well and don't take that long to finish even if I'm having a bad day.
I actually did this one from live, real vegetables instead of just drawing from the photo reference. I took one but I looked at the real veggies too.
Back on October 2, I did a drawing and posted it at DeviantART:
I am now going to post this, then look up how to do an LJ-cut and edit in an LJ-cut so that this large image and all the catching-up images are behind the LJ-cut, so that I don't swamp y'all's Friends pages. If you see it before I do the edit... well, erm, it was coincidence? Hope you like all my catching-up drawings? :) (imagine this as a sheepish-grin smiley)
There -- I fixed it, you can click on my previous images or not as you please. I didn't draw anything on the first of the month, but then, I didn't know about this challenge either or I would have at least done a scribble.