Today is a day of rest from drawing. At the end of a drawing project I usually post a pictorial of the drawing process so you can see how the scene developed through the stages of drawing.
Here is Takakkaw Falls (graphite, 12×9) ~ you can see where dark values were backed off with a kneaded eraser and the base of certain details added back in. This adding and taking away process slowly continued as the rock and trees were developed. Can’t forget the wolf, look at all the changes he went through. Overall the drawing took about 26 hours to complete.
Have a great weekend!!
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