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.
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…
I have a new drawing table! For a few years, I have been doing most of my drawing in the cratch of the boat, which is lovely when the weather is warm and dry, but not so good when it’s cold and damp. Now I have a proper drawing space…
Recently my greyhound was put to sleep. I was thinking about people having names and pictures of loved ones and pets tattooed on their skin. Perhaps the names of people, animals and places we love are tattooed on our hearts. Drawn with carbon pencils on A5 medium surface cartridge paper.