Here is a little sanity after this disappointing and disturbing week. As you may or may not know, I draw for 30 minutes once/week as a way to keep fresh – sometimes it runs over and I usually work on a subject that takes 12 – 20 hours.
Today I worked on Waiting for two hours oh I know way past my allotted time, but I have a good reason work began on the back wave and sea-foam and I didn’t want to disrupt the flow. First I had to remove the frisket and happy to report that none of it stuck to the surface (yeah!). Drawing today was done using graphite #4H, 2H and HB on certain areas and on other areas (more foamy sea-foam) I smudged with a dirty tortilium perfect for making faint sea-foam holes and definition. At this stage of the drawing, getting values right are very important and will make or break the sea-foam.
This was fun, seriously and was a great diversion from (certain) internet problems. Hope you enjoy the changes, Waiting is starting to unfold before our eyes.
Have a wonderful weekend, thanks for checking in and being so supportive with what’s happening with my blog images ~
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