This is a series of posts about my second class, Drawing Fundamentals 2, taken at The Drawing Studio, an artist's cooperative here in Tucson. Week by week, I plan to do a log of what we do in class.
For week 2, week experimented with texture. We arrived at class to find a large still life setting in front of us that included some yucca plants, cacti skeletons, and rocks. We all started out by roughing out the outline using graphite powder. We then took our graphite sticks, various erasers, chamois, and other tools to complete the drawing.
Here is the result:
This is a very impressive piece. I'm glad you're extending your blogging efforts into the art world. It makes so much sense to me that an aesthete participates in fine beer and art. I look forward to seeing your ongoing work. Cheers! Damien
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