Monday, January 12, 2009

SKETCHBOOK STUDY


This is a study I did for a painting called "Morning coffee". The drawing was done with a special pencil where you can wet the graphite drawing with a damp brush to blend and contour, much like non-permanent ink. Simple tools can accomplish very sophisticated results.

I didn't take the time to draw today, as I started working on my taxes. For once, I am not procrastinating. I can hardly believe it. I would call and tell my accountant, but she probably couldn't take the shock.

5 comments:

jane ferguson said...

Cool Myrna,good luck with the taxes ,have to do mine this week....pain!!!!Did you get any photos of the finished paintings at the party?

Myrna said...

No, it was in a frame and out the door before I could photograph it. I did see it, though, and a great job of pulling it into a final form!

Ken Goldman said...

This is a really nice drawing Myrna. Love the wash and line combo

Nava said...

Love the sensitivity in this drawing.

Barbara Weeks said...

Incredibly beautiful

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