Sketch drawn using a stick and India ink.
8B Farber-Castell Jumbo pencil
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Isn’t that the truth, city dwellers? You are into your weekend outside of the city, then Sunday you drive home.
It was worth it, though.
Tool Shed by Carla – shapes and complimentary color (click on image)
While collaborating on this blog project for two weeks, my grand daughter and I covered the basics of drawing:
Line, Form, Value, Space, Texture, Pattern and Color. We ended our drawing sessions with free, expressive figure drawings working with live models. Thinking about subject matter, we covered Landscape, Figurative, Still Life and Abstract Art using a variety of materials. We talked about the importance of Variation: variation in line, form or shape, value, space, texture, pattern and color. We had a great time together. For me, having a buddy to sketch with was the best!
Bordeaux Toes – Megan’s first drawing in her Moleskine sketchbook – Value