At the moment I'm in a landscape/background/lay-out/setting kind of mood (whatever you want to call it, I'm confused too). It's a pretty rare thing, because I (used to) hate landscapes, but I was told I had too little of 'em (well, duh, they're tedious...). So yeah, I decided to pick up on that advice and go ahead and draw some. It's all beginners' stuff, though, so go easy on me, kay?
I'm fairly happy with this one. It's my brother's old room at my parents' house. The original is better, though, that one is made with non-photo blue colored pencil, but since it's non-photo, it shows poorly after scanning. And boy! Never thought drawing straight lines in Photoshop would be so hard! Geez!
This one I'm happy with as well, though the design is not mine. I made it based on a drawing in a 'how to' pastel book. It's something new (for me, that is) I discovered a while ago, pastels. They're fun! I think the paper in this one sucks, though, the grain (I think it's called) is too rough. But oh well. Anyway, it's a sunset in a, for me, unknown place.