Scrunched Paper is so much more difficult to draw than what one thinks!
I love the lines & folds on this face. I simply had to sketch it.
Sepia ink wash of my dining room.
Pomegranates; watercolour still life.
Vase painted in the Pointillist style.
Charcoal & chalk, Black-on-black still life.
Quick sketch of my left hand.
“Addiction.” Graphite, charcoal and turpentine.
Graphite sketch, white-on-white still life.
Ink wash sketch of my studio.
iPad sketch, portrait of a friend.
Green bean watercolour.
My first attempt at using pastels. There is an abundance of subjects to draw all around us, in this still life I chose a well-worn old shoe.
This was a 10-minute tonal study of an antique spoon done on toned paper.
I really struggled with this exercise, almost threw the towel in a couple of times but glad that I persisted. This was one of my better outcomes. I guess my tutor was right, practice, practice, practice. How cool are those tree shadows cast onto the building? 🙂