My moleskin notebook unfurled was not big enough to capture a sketch of the Woman Waiting to Get a Cast and the man waiting with her. (I did capture a knee of the man in yesterday’s portrayal.) He was a character too.
As a denizen of the waiting room I am privileged to witness my fellow waiters in all manner of conditions. Some are more picturesque than others. The lady below is an example of such a subject. She wasn’t in any distress; just waiting with her husband.
The second floor was huge and sunny and nearly empty except for the centrally located check-in desk. There were hardly any people waiting, so I chose a seat near the most interesting looking person. He was a little scary looking at first, but I noticed a slight smile on his face as he manipulated his […]
Since the result of my blind drawing is a bit cartoonish, I added more realistic thumbnail portraits.
My sketching was proceeding nicely. I had reached the right balance of blind and non-blind sketching for the first three figures (starting at the left-hand side of the paper). For some reason, my sketch of the final character got out of control. I think it was that person’s sharp features. Drawn blind, they contributed to […]
My blind drawings are outlines. They look like cartoon figures. When I sketch while looking at the subject and the paper, the portraits look more realistic.
Taking a break from posting my blind drawings. Here is a cartoonish representation of two people chatting, one apparently wearing a down jacket, the other in a sweater.