For a change of pace, I went out the local drink-and-draw the other night. My normal sketchpad was temporarily MIA at the time, so I ended up breaking out my toned paper to great effect. I ought to use this more often , , , ,
Its not easy to finding a random stranger who doesn’t move much and happens to be situated at a good angle, but sometimes it works out. Lovely lines . . . .
Another one from the vaults! I haven’t been drawing as much as I ought to be lately, so here’s an old Illustration assignment from my Graphic Design classes last year. Its a scratchbord etching, scratchbord being a white clay tile with a thin layer of black clay on top. Considering that this and everything else in the scratching/etching family is aesthetically my least favorite medium, I’m quite happy with how it came out; all I can say is that It certainly pays to have a light touch . . .