Abandoned fields are a thing of beauty, I can’t tell you how many I’ve driven by and never given them a moments notice, that is until now ~
Misty Wheat Field, a graphite drawing (8×10) was done on Strathmore Bristol Vellum paper using 2H, HB, B, 2B, 3B graphite pencils and B/2B Carbon pencils. Tools used for producing some technical effects were: cotton ball, tortilium, kneaded eraser and Tombow mono eraser. One thing I love about graphite is its reflective qualities, combined with carbon you get a whole different look to a drawing from any number of different angles. The back-light glancing over the field is what captured my attention and with the distance barely there, my attention was centered on the foreground grasses was a lot of fun working out as a drawing.
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