“Mom, he took my teddy to train up on it!” Happy Halloween, everyone.
Lavatera Thuringiaca, the proper English name is tree mallow (or so says Wiki). Only a few flowers have survived that long in the garden, and this is one of them. I have brought them home, outside is too cold.
Now the summer is over for sure, most leaves are down on ground and it’s dark just after dinner. A lot of forest animals are drawn this week. This bear fits best to my present environment. Even though we don’t really have bears around; one was seen in Ojcow last year (30 km from here) but most likely he had come from mountains with a short visit.
Can you remember this story? It’s about a town mouse who comes to visit his cousin in the country, and invites him to town. This is wonderful fairytale and I have no idea why I have never tried to draw it before.
One more illustration to the story about shopping cart who liked to play tag. Everything goes very slowly; sun is shining – last sunny days this year! and I just can’t sit at the desk all day. I have done a thing or two in garden instead. I’ve digged out two old bushes today (OK, my husband helped, but only with bigger one; the first one I did myself) and I have put into ground three new ones.