A quick and simple seascape drawing of a young boy casting a net for the daily catch – the peaceful idyllic scene was something that spoke to me.
Fish Net Dance, charcoal (8×5) was done on Strathmore Sketch paper using vine charcoal, a torilum, and an artist brush. I’ve not had practice with drawing the figure form, so this was a perfect subject to work with in free-form. The graceful and skilled nature shown of this young boy flinging out his net told me he’s done the task a thousand times. I wanted the scene in its most simplest form, so a bridge and boat that were positioned at the horizon in a reference image used was purposefully left out.
The reference image was from Pravin Puthra, of pmp.
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