Clovember is a project in which you photograph (or draw) the clothes you wear, each day in November.
A few years ago, I drew both myself and my daughter’s clothes.
But these days, I work from home, and I go for a run almost every weekday. Plus winter’s coming and it’s cold sitting in an unheated house all day.
Drawing endless pictures of myself in my running gear, topped with a rather ratty old fleece and woolly hat does not really appeal (albeit it’s the look I inflict on my poor colleagues during video calls).
So instead I’m concentrating purely on my daughter’s clothes this year. Here’s the first week. Click to see them bigger.
9 thoughts on “Clovember 2015 – drawing my daughter’s clothes”
I love your illustrations.
Your daughter has great style and I love the drawings. N.
Really beautiful drawings!
These pictures are fabulous, you are so talented! I’m also a big fan of inappropriate and unseasonal dressing.
Love these! You are so talented!!
Beautiful drawings, so much better than a photograph! How lucky your daughter is, to have such a talented mum!
I have proper envy over the Minecraft hoodie outfit…
Clovember-what a great idea! Your daughter definitely has a sense of style-and I’m sure will treasure this month long visual diary when she is older.
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