Thursday’s Drawing: Strands of Silk, a pictorial of the process


Here is a pictorial of the process for drawing Strands of Silk – it was a great project to work on.  Stay tuned for next Thursday’s start of a brand new drawing project.

Thanks for checking in and sticking with the process.

Strands of Silk, the process

Strands of Silk, the process

 

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20 Responses to Thursday’s Drawing: Strands of Silk, a pictorial of the process

  1. Aquileana says:

    I love the waving effect Mary!. Best wishes to you ❤
    Aquileana 😛

  2. Gallivanta says:

    Seeing everything put together like this is always my favourite part of the process.

  3. It’s always so cool to see the start and the end which is always beautiful! Great work Mary!

  4. aFrankAngle says:

    Love seeing the progression showing your progress.

  5. Leya says:

    Very interesting and beautiful, Mary. Following he process.

  6. Painting for Joy says:

    I always enjoy seeing your progressions. Very cool! Can’t wait to see what you do next. You are so creative. 🙂

  7. M-R says:

    Mixed media ? – ‘way beyond me, all that.
    I just LIKE it, you know ? [grin]

  8. the summaries are so helpful, not only for the novice but also to inspire those who have developed their skills.

    beautiful! z

  9. Love this progression Mary. REALLY interesting to see. A beautiful piece.

  10. Mary, I love the changes as you progressed on this one! Is this graphite?

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