In Line (Drawn Totally Blind)

I was looking directly at the customers in line as I drew them. But the line was moving so fast that I ended up completing one figure with the body parts of another. That is, when a person moved up in line to the cashier and another took his place, I finished the first figure with the contours of his replacement. This technique presents interesting possibilities on which I plan to follow up in upcoming sketching experiments.

Sketch: Pen and Ink - In Line Drawn Totally Blind

In Line (Drawn Totally Blind)
Pen and Ink Sketch
7″x5″ 111# Moleskin Journal

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