Happy Days!

Sunday, Monday, Happy days!  Classic television the way it was meant to be!
I sure had a lot of fun watching this show with my family.  It always had a good message or lesson in each episode.  These are officially the last two pages of my sketchbook.  I finished the book in record time (at least for me) and mailed it off to the Brooklyn Art Library!  I must say I really enjoyed the time I spent engaged in the sketchbook.  For the most part my wife and two kids sat with me at the kitchen table while we each drew something.  I think we all had a good time.  Especially since there isn't a whole lot of good television shows to watch as a family anymore, it was nice to have something to do as a family.  Do you have something you enjoy doing as a family?  Art is a fantastic way for a family to spend together.  You don't have to be a master artist either to have a good time.  Why not try it yourself?!

Here is the original picture I went from.  Pretty close?
P.S: I went back to my older posts and added the source material for reference.


Anonymous said...

PRETTY close, SPOT ON! Terrific! You are such a good artist.

Ciao Bello
Sensible Sarah

Anonymous said...

I LOVE THE TIME WE ALL SPEND SITTING AROUND THE LITTLE ROUND KITCHEN TABLE! Thanks for the memories honey...your art is an inspiration.

ciao bello mio

Susan said...

Oh, definitely very, very close. Wonderful! You are a fabulous artist, too, Lee!

I know what you mean about not having quality stuff on television anymore. I still love watching re-runs of Little House on the Prairie and the Waltons. Now those were GOOD quality shows.

Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work. Susan

Anonymous said...

I love all of your amazing drawings!
They are perfectly drawn and you do them so fast!

Your drawing looks exactly like the actual actors. Great job.

Have a great day!
Michael Lounsbury