The second sketch I drew and painted and named "hoodie' . It's not great. I was very upset by all that happened this morning and just quickly finished it. It is not a real person.
The third sketch is similar to a man I saw in the news who was from surrey England. And since I had not drawn a "Surrey, English" person before I decided he was good for the ethnic series. It is inks, and watercolors.
The fifth sketch is also for the ethnic series and was similar to a man on horseback I saw in the news identified as "Algerian" and since I have never been to Algeria, I thought "aha, an Algerian for my ethnic series'. And it is on horseback so it can go in that series also [of horses I drew/ painted]. I did find the other sketch but will have to add it later. It is also not a real person but similar to one I saw in the news.
I Gloria Poole also known as Gloria signed by me on art I create, and other variations of my real, born with name, own all rights to the art I create in any form, fashion, method, place, for any purpose, unless I sign a bill of sale before a notary public or a particular piece of art I created. FYI.
Also, for the record, I am white, Christian, woman, single, and the biological mother of two grown daughters but no sons. I was born in the state of Georgia, but moved to Missouri on Oct, 2009.
Gloria Poole; at my apt in Missouri; 5-Dec-2013; @ 3:06pm; Update on 6-Dec-2013 at 1:26pm by me Gloria:
I have added a page to the story of the Lady Bug Picnic and a new cartoon to it also. Follow the story online [designed to appeal to toddlers, so read it to your young children and show them the cartoons] at: https://cartooning-by-gloriapoole.blogspot.com
Also, I added more art I created too: https://artist-gloriapoole.blogspot.com; and to:
https://gpoole817.blogspot.com; and too:
This sketch below I added on the 6th is titled "imitating Renoir" and it is not nearly as good as Renoir but I tried it to see if I could draw as Renoir did.