Blind drawing (i.e., drawing without looking at the paper) works very well for ‘outside’ contours. That is, with practice, one can get very good at rendering skylines, landscape horizons and outlines of people’s faces. However in the case below, I tried drawing a face in three-quarters profile. This means contours inside the outline must be […]
It is well into summer and there are crispy, crunchy leaves on the ground. This is either a testament to the inefficient street cleaners or thirsty trees that cannot hold onto their leaves.
I like that the hurriedly, blind-drawn* lines accurately represent the act of a man intently staring at a section of the newspaper. *drawn without looking at the paper
When book orders come in, we put them on the shelf and wait for the customer to come in. I hope these two don’t arrive at the same time.