The perils of blind drawing.
This seems like an abstract sketch, but it isn’t. It is an action drawing. The man in the scooter was on his way out of the waiting room and I had to detail different parts of him from different angles as he went by.
Here is a second sketch of the girl with the crossed legs.
I hope the comma is correctly placed in the title of this post. The whole family is reading, but I only wanted to point out that the woman with the hat was reading. I suppose it should have been entitled, “Woman with the Hat Reading, Pictured with the Rest of Her Family,” but I opted […]
This girl’s legs came out heavier than they were in real life. You can see this from her sandaled shoe resting on the floor. Her ankle was very thin. I just failed to match it up with the northern part of her leg. Blind drawing has its drawbacks sometimes.