Water Veil: the drawing process


Water Veil

Water Veil

What follows is the 18-week drawing process for Water Veil in panoramic view created by IrfranView.   My hope is this summary allows you to follow the development of the water scene.

Water Veil 1 of 5water veil 2 of 5water veil 3 of 5water veil 4 of 5

Hint:  if you click on one of the panoramic images you’ll be able to see the details better.

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23 Responses to Water Veil: the drawing process

  1. Do I remember right having watched the beginning? I didn’t expect such a marvel.
    It seems I thought about your drawing when I have been writing these lines

    there is one water
    looking with eyes of its choice
    if made visible

    There is only one
    water with many faces
    drawn by what veiled it

    http://adabrowka.wordpress.com/2013/12/23/round-dance/

    • Mary says:

      Thank you so much Andrzej for this comment, your writing is extraordinary and special. Really enjoyed the link and your words of creativity.

  2. lesliepaints says:

    I dropped by in search of this fascinating piece, wondering if it had been completed. Absolutely beautiful!

  3. Mary, this is a phenomenal drawing, the textures are so true.
    i really enjoyed the time lapse gallery as well, your patience
    and eye for detail are so readily apparent.

    i also wanted to ty for liking my poetry/artwork pairings,
    encouragement is always really appreciated.

    • Mary says:

      Thank you so much for your generous feedback and comment – I find a lot of peace in the process of drawing. Really appreciate hearing from you.

      • i’m just beginning again to find that serenity in the process too, i think the time away has colored my perspective a great deal. i enjoy the gift for what it is, with the freedom of no expectations. it’s joyful again.

        • Mary says:

          Great reply and it’s exactly how I feel about Thursdays drawings – the time spent working on each piece takes me to another place.

  4. violetski says:

    Absolutely amazing!

  5. Craig says:

    Mary – This time-lapse summary will certainly prove to be a good educational tool for those not quite sure how to embark on this sort of thing. Splendid thing to make available. It also shows the merits of consistent self-discipline over months of work.

    • Mary says:

      Thank you Craig – this drawing was a piece that I got totally wrapped up in, very satisfying project. Hope you enjoyed the process, for me it was like witnessing rocks being born.

  6. Painting for Joy says:

    Very cool Mary!

  7. Rob Taylor says:

    Really amazing…..

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