….somewhat empty sketch books in the studio and decided to fill one with a month of quick line drawings. The butterflies are from my collection, the flowers and plants are either from the garden, or drawn onsite during hiking expeditions. Click the video below to see a compilation of one month of observational line drawings. Observational line drawing is the initial and most basic skill taught in my beginner drawing class. Interested? There's more information about my self-paced drawing class here.
…on this drawing for the past 46 days. The paper size is 18 inches by 24 inches and the actual drawing is about 16.5 inches square. I am using Cretacolor Nero pencils on Canson mixed media paper. I am drawing from a photograph. There is no way a bouquet of flowers lasts 46 days. This is quite an intense drawing project. I never imagined the time involved. I am able to invest about 1-2 hours of time into it per day before I lose focus and attention. Attending to the details is serious work! This drawing is the first in a series of drawings I plan to make into the future, just a bit larger.
Take a look at my progress below.
....is now complete. Watch several hours of work wrapped up into one 5-minute time lapse video below.
….a new oil painting of yellow Astras in a green bowl and have decided to document the painting process from color mixing to finished painting. Watch the video below to view part one of the painting process. About one hour of work in 4 minutes!
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