Well this is a work in progress. I have yet to add our secondary subject matter. Which will draw attention to the chair. Also doing some fun perspective alterations throughout… more to come… Check back over the next few days to see how it progresses. I didn’t know what to expect from this portrait convention. … Continue reading More than I thought
I headed over to Corner Bakery this evening for a hot cup of tea and some sketching. There were more than enough lap-toppers to chose from, but these two women were captivating. They were clearly catching up and having an in-depth conversation, not the usual chit chat. I loved the angles of … Continue reading Did I tell you?
Almost every artist has these lovely movable wooden reference figures. Mine are always perched on an upper shelf reminding me I should be using them. So I’ve brought them down to the drawing table, and after several posings, have decided to consider these two on their second date. We have the awkward moment when the interested … Continue reading Second Date
The week before I launched this drawing a day blog, I did a test run to see how long it would take me to do each evenings drawing. The answer? Between and one and three hours. During the pre-blog testing, I drew various items around my studio, including brushes in a … Continue reading Tea and Brushes
I had a long day. Actually, make that a long two days. I spent most of the rainy drive home tonight thinking about what to draw. I flashed back to a wonderful child hood memory of buying paté with my mother. But as the drive drew long, a nice bottle of wine to unwind … Continue reading Long Day