Adult Coloring Page Muse: Cancer-Stricken Woman
Today, I drew an adult coloring page of a cancer patient who is undergoing chemotherapy and is battling its effects, including loss of hair.
Look at her. Isn’t she lovely?
Cancer is a devastating disease. It is like a death sentence with a blank date. Despite its ill effects, many cancer patients refuse to give up and struggle to the end.
Life is never the same when someone you know has cancer, isn’t it? Despite all efforts and resources to combat it, finding a cure - not just a palliative - continues to be an uphill climb.
Let’s pay tribute to all women and men, young and old, battling and defeated, who suffer from cancer. Their loved ones and close circle of friends also deserve such tribute.
Adult Coloring Pages Challenge: My Takeaway
What is my takeaway from today’s work?
It has rekindled in me a sense of compassion to everyone facing all forms of difficulty, regardless of their situation. This takes me to John Lennon’s song “Imagine,” which depicts a world of perfection:
“Imagine there’s no heaven
It’s easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today… Aha-ah…”
I wish that’s possible.
Adult Coloring Pages: Tips of the Day
I don’t have a tip as I did the same things as with previous posts - sketching and inking. I’m sure to have loads of them in my succeeding posts; that is, when I deal with the technical side of how to make a coloring book.
Watch out for those tips.
If you’d like to read my previous posts, click the links below:
Day 1 – Afro woman
Day 2 - Indian-inspired woman
In my earlier post, I declared my intention behind my “Adult Coloring Pages” Challenge.
Please join me in this exciting adventure of creating hand-drawn coloring pages every day. I am not merely coloring other artists’ adult coloring books. I am making and publishing my own.
If I can do it, so can you! Let’s do it together.