Pressed for time today, but was able to find an opportunity to continue my work on Majesty of Grace. Actually earlier in the week I spent two days trying to figure out how to get a print of one of my paintings without it getting cropped – another learning opportunity (aspect ratio 4:3 vs 3:2).
Majesty of Grace (8.5 x 6.5″) a graphite drawing, is being drawn on Strathmore Bristol Vellum paper. Most of the time drawing today was spent on developing the foreground water and sea-foam, as well as the beginning markings of various spurts of spray. Values and white space will be key to how this develops, hoping I can keep it clean.
A storm has popped up and influenced the light for taking this photograph, but I think you have a good idea of how it’s developing.
I’m also working on a painting called, Orchard Blossom that will probably be finished tomorrow.
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