If you can believe it, Thursday is here and it’s time for a half-hour of drawing!
Today I really wanted to finish this drawing – just had that urge, but resisted and stuck to the plan of only spending 1/2 hour/week. But next week Water Veil will be finished! How about that ~ “thank goodness” you all are probably thinking, lol! The drawing is at a point that some concentrated time needs to be spent drawing at one sitting working on the water spillage and flow, which is the last aspect of the drawing to be completed.
The middle part of the drawing was worked on today and if you think it looks a bit blurry, you’re right and that’s because most of the middle area is either behind or under water. Mostly light graphite was used: 4H, 2H, HB, B and a bit of 2B.
Again I want to thank Craig Johnson, a fabulous photographer with pmp, for his great reference image. It contained all types of elements and complexities that made for a wonderful photograph to draw from. Please enjoy and thanks for having a look . . .