Here is a very quick sketch I made in the Sun Cellular shop on Sunday, while I waited for my wife to get a new SIM. I coloured it when I got home as I didn’t have enough time on the spot – I also wanted to be sure to get that clean bright yellow.
Here is another sketch at my daughters gym class – of the watchers, who all seemed to be watching movies on their phones instead of watching the gymnasts. Can’t blame them though…it’s a three hour session and I’m not watching the gymnasts much either.
Yesterday I was at my daughters gymnastics class again and this time decided to draw some of the ladies watching (and one that was sleeping). It’s a bit easier drawing them then the girls doing gymnastics who never stop moving.
This is a scene in our living room which I drew this a few evenings ago, while my wife was cramming to finish off a some work for the next day.
My daughter is entering a gym competition so I’m spending many more evenings at her club…not really watching but sketching instead. Instead of drawing the gym equipment like I usually do, I tried to capture a bigger space in this one.
Here is the other drawing I did at life drawing with “secret nudes” on Sunday (got the day wrong in my last post!). The model wasn’t quite as angular as she appears in my drawing and as always, I struggled with the hands and the feet!
I went to life drawing classes with a group called “Secret Nudes” on Sunday. There was only time to do three drawings but it was a nice small group and a good model. The first drawing I barely started before time was up – this one is my second effort.
I drew this at the mall on Saturday – I don’t like the way it turned out but can’t put my finger on what I dislike! Anyway I am posting it because I promised myself just to draw each day and not to worry about the results.
I drew this while watching my daughter at her gym classes. I’ve drawn this many times, but this time I ended up with a light and almost pastel colour scheme using my watercolour pencils.
So after a few days of taking it easy and posting older drawings, I am back to sketching around my home. Here is one of our cat Tintin (she was named by the rescue centre we got her from…I suppose because of her ginger colouring). For a change I used pencil and pastel for this one – no ink and no watercolour!