Thursdays Drawing, Sorrow – #4


Today I was able to get an early start in the studio and decided to devote the first 1/2 hour to Thursdays drawing instead of waiting until the end of the day.

For the latest session on Sorrow, I went to work on the lower left-hand corner of the fabric, being mindful that while this drawing is of a statue, there still remains a certain look to achieve in order for the viewer to visualize that the subject is smooth-flowing fabric.  The surface is Strathmore Vellum, using 4H, 2H, HB, B and 2B.

Sorrow is such a powerful word to describe emotion, I believe it comes from deep within the gut – perhaps because sorrow leaves its imprints on our soul.  I felt this emotional pull the moment I laid eyes on the image  .  .  .  ah well, to be continued another day.

Sorrow, #4

Sorrow, #4

 

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14 Responses to Thursdays Drawing, Sorrow – #4

  1. Such patience and care you take with all of your drawings. Worth waiting for,

  2. poppytump says:

    Folds of grey shades are really coming along nicely Mary …

  3. Doris says:

    Very good it is starting to take shape great texture
    I started with my time out’s too
    see if I can continue

  4. Craig says:

    you are doing a wonderful job making this an educational and emotive experience.

    • Mary says:

      Thanks Craig! There is something about the day I saw the statue, it stood out as “the one” to draw next. We’ll see how it goes.

  5. doronart says:

    Mary always great to pop over and see your progress and super details coming along.

  6. M. R. says:

    Had you told us before? – I’ve only just realised that it’s a pietà …

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