This week I completed the portrait of Nutty and Ezra. It was a pleasure to draw these beautiful greyhounds. Graphite drawing on A3 heavyweight cartridge paper. From client’s photos, and shared by kind permission. (I have been unable to manage a drawing every day, but I am happy to have…
This was not a good week for drawing, or anything really. I only managed two doodles and a little work on my commission. …and that’s it for this week!
This week I have not done as much drawing as I would have liked, but I have managed to at least work on my commission every day.
Another slightly tricky week, hence this post is a day late. Still I managed to put pencil to paper every day.
Drawn from client’s photo, and shared by kind permission.
This week I worked on my commissioned portrait. I also did a little “warm up” drawing, which took me five days to finish. This process confirmed something I already knew. I don’t really enjoy making quick sketches and doodles: I prefer to take a bit more time and produce a…
This week I have been working on the commission, and also continued drawing in these little (approx 5.5cm diameter) circles.
This week I struggled to draw every day, and had to force myself a couple of times. Towards the end of the week I stared a new animal portrait commission, so now my draw every day drawings will be little “warm up” drawings.
This week’s drawings. Some days I managed a detailed drawing, today just a few lines!
I have decided, now that I have an art space inside the boat, that I want to do some sort of drawing every day. It may only be a doodle, or a small sketch. I need to make drawing more of a habit, whether or not I am working on…