After the laborious and not so satisfactory drawing in last entry, I can't help but post these little doodle demos from last Saturday's drawing class. The above scribble was simply to demonstrate how water-soluble graphite works.
The little bird below is a copy of a Milton Avery painting with markers I grabbed from a pile. I was showing how to lay out a copy without getting hung up in detail.
And finally, a quick description of the problem my brilliant 10-year old was running into representing a stem running through water in a glass. Wrong on the left, right on the right!
Ah, let me never belabor a drawing again!!! And... as in drawing, so in life.
Enjoy this post? Please subscribe right now!
Subscribe by RSS Subscribe by Email! Add to iGoogle
Visit the source at Suzanne McDermott