TheDailySketch
I like to start the day with a sketch which I post on artvan.co.uk and with #thedailysketch. This collection is of my sketches I would like to add a few words to, and also ideas I might sketch in the future.

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Emotional Journeys

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Artworks inspired by the word for a specific emotion, from the word not the feeling.

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adamant

/ˈadəm(ə)nt/

adjective

  1. refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind.

    "he is adamant that he is not going to resign"

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afraid

/əˈfreɪd/

adjective

  1. feeling fear or anxiety; frightened.

    "I'm afraid of dogs"

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amazed

/əˈmeɪzd/

adjective

  1. greatly surprised; astonished.

    "I was amazed that he could remember me"

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anger

/ˈaŋɡə/

 

verb

fill (someone) with anger; provoke anger in.verb

  1. "she was angered by his terse answer"

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annoyed

/əˈnɔɪd/

adjective

  1. slightly angry; irritated.

    "Kelly was annoyed with him"

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anxious

/ˈaŋ(k)ʃəs/

adjective

  1.  

    feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome.

    "she was extremely anxious about her exams"

         
  2.  

    very eager or concerned to do something or for something to happen.

    "the company was anxious to avoid any trouble"

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bitter

/ˈbɪtə/

adjective

  1.  

    having a sharp, pungent taste or smell; not sweet.

    "raw berries have an intensely bitter flavour"

  2. feeling or showing anger, hurt, or resentment because of bad experiences or a sense of unjust treatment.

    "I don't feel jealous or bitter"

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bored

/bɔːd/

adjective

  1. feeling weary and impatient because one is unoccupied or lacks interest in one's current activity.

    "she got bored with staring out of the window"

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comfortable

/ˈkʌmf(ə)təb(ə)l/

adjective

adjective: comfortable

1.

(especially of clothes or furnishings) providing physical ease and relaxation.

"comfortable sturdy shoes"

  • (of a person) physically relaxed and free from constraint.

    "he would not be comfortable in any other clothes"

  • (of a hospital patient) not in pain or in danger.

    "he was said to be comfortable in the West Highland Hospital"

  • free from stress or tension.

    "they appear very comfortable in each other's company"

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confused

/kənˈfjuːzd/

adjective

  1. 1.

    (of a person) unable to think clearly; bewildered.

    "she was utterly confused about what had happened"

content

/kənˈtɛnt/

 

adjective

  1. in a state of peaceful happiness.

    "he seemed more content, less bitter"

verb

  1. satisfy (someone).

    "nothing would content her apart from going off to Barcelona"

noun

  1. a state of satisfaction.

    "the greater part of the century was a time of content"

depressed

/dɪˈprɛst/

 

adjective

  1. (of a person) in a state of unhappiness or despondency.

    "she felt lonely and depressed"

determined

/dɪˈtəːmɪnd/

adjective

  1. having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it.
    "Alina was determined to be heard"
  2. possessing or displaying resolve.
    "Helen was a determined little girl"

 

eager

/ˈiːɡə/

adjective

  1. strongly wanting to do or have something.

    "the man was eager to please"

    • (of a person's expression or tone of voice) keenly expectant or interested.

      "small eager faces looked up and listened"

embarrassed

/ɪmˈbarəst,ɛmˈbarəst/

adjective

  1. feeling or showing embarrassment.

    "I felt quite embarrassed whenever I talked to her"

    • having or showing financial difficulties.

      "he had to sort out the embarrassed financial affairs of his brother"

envious

/ˈɛnvɪəs/

adjective

  1. feeling or showing envy.

    "I'm envious of their happiness"

foolish

/ˈfuːlɪʃ/

adjective

  1. lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

    "he was foolish enough to confide in her"

frustrated

/frʌˈstreɪtɪd/

adjective

  1.  

    feeling or expressing distress and annoyance resulting from an inability to change or achieve something.

    "young people get frustrated with the system"

frustration

/frʌˈstreɪʃn/

noun

  1. the feeling of being upset or annoyed as a result of being unable to change or achieve something.

    "tears of frustration rolled down her cheeks"

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Notes to Self

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