The Escapist Colouring Club 1st April 2020

Its the first of April and here is March’s colouring. My entry for the Escapist Colouring Club. Boy do we ever need this Escapist club right now. Below is the raw page before I started.

Above the finished version, done in a mixture of pastels.

Here is my task for this month a whimsical moon.

I am really looking forward to to seeing everyone else’s efforts.

My pencils

The Escapist Coloring Club Prompt – February 1, 2020

Now last year I failed completely to be part of the

So I have decided to make a huge effort and join in this year with Linda and the girls at The Escapist Colouring Club. 😁

Here is my late entry for January.

My choice for January.
And here is my finished article.

So I would like to join Linda and

From Anita at anitashope

From Jenna at revivedwriter

From Ruth at Ruth Blogs Here

And fromΒ Barbara at Teleportingweena

I hope I am not too late.

The Escapist’s Colouring Club November πŸ˜

Well here we are another year done, less than one month left and Christmas will be here!

This is the picture I picked for November lovely flowers and butterflies.

And above is the finished article. I used my original set of pencils plus my new pastels.

This brought to you care of LindaGHill‘s The Escapist’s Colouring Club.

The Escapist’s Colouring Club,1st November 2018

With no further ado, fanfare please.

I actually finished on time yesterday!

Above is October’s finished project. And below is it’s progress.

Do I get points for being on time!πŸ˜‰

No here is my project for November.

Now I must keep up good behaviour , if you would like to join us you will be welcome at LindaGHill‘s Escapist’s Colouring Club.

The Escapist’s Colouring Club October Update.

After my spectacular fail last month to get any colouring done for the Escapist’s Colouring Club (run by the lovely Linda G Hill of A life in progress. ) Resulted in my entering a portrait my husband painted of our eldest son. At the time our lady was ill in hospital,aged five. Happily he recovered and forty years on he is hale and hearty.

So to this month October , I have made a start so here is an overdue mid month progress report.

New pencils on the right, bright pastels, the originals on the left are darker warmer colours!

The bare start.

The beginnings

Progress so far.

So wishing all other participants well and see you all on October first πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

The Escapist Coloring Club Prompt – October 1, 2018

Right no point it lying I didn’t do any Colouring at all in September, it was a busy month.

But I have have read the rules and this is part of them : all you have to do is post pictures of your own colouring, your kids’ colouring, or that of anyone you know and have permission to share. This is a month-long prompt, which means you have all of October to link back here.

So for September I am posting a picture my husband drew himself and coloured in himself forty years ago. It’s our first son aged 5years old, he was in hospital and rather ill. Happy to say he is fine and dandy now πŸ€—

October I shall attempt to do a pretty pattern. I have some new pastel pencils, given to me on my birthday, as well as my lovely original warm colours so I have no excuse!

Happy Colouring Everyone.

This post is brought to you Via Linda G Hill‘s The Escapist Colouring Club.

The Escapist’s Colouring Club. 1/09/2018

It the first of September again and that means show and tell for LindaGHill‘s Escapist’s Colouring Club!

Once again I am not finished but neither is Linda and she even had Alex help her!

Well here is my task for picture for August before I began it.

Here it is today not quite finished!

And here is next month’s task.


If you would like to come and join us at the Escapist’s Colouring Club the Rules and Pingback are here.

Happy Colouring everyone πŸ˜πŸ’œ

The Escapist’s Colouring Club, end of July beginning of August.

Aha! Are you all sitting down and not holding anything prescious! Here is July’s picture done and dusted on time! I have worked hard on this one and I am actually very pleased with it.😊. Here is how it started out.

And here is how it is today.

It may not be perfect but it certainly helped while away some time after I injured my ankle.

An so to my next month’s torture, I mean project. Tada !!!

I look forward to seeing Linda’s and everyone else in The Escapist’s Colouring Club’s pictures .

Rules and Pingback

Good luck everyone.😊😊

The Escapist’s Colouring Club Update.

Hello here we are just over a week into July and I have managed to finish June’s picture completely. So let’s see how it came along.

Here is how things were on the 1st of July.

And here we are today!

And here is this month’s July’s offering.

Have a great Sunday everyone.

Rules and Pingback Here, at LindaGHill’s blog, A Life in Progress, who’s the instigator of this brilliant club.

The Escapist Colouring Club Prompt – March 1, 2018

Hi late again but finish I did, thanks to a rare snow day here in the UK. Here is February’s entry for Linda G Hill‘s The Escapists Colouring Club.

Rules and Pingback Here

I am really pleased with this one and yes I found doing this one more enjoyable than last month’s.

Now here is March’s picture.

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