No, no, no...not that kind of drawing. No pulling numbered tickets out of a hat to see who wins the prize!
I mean art drawings -- making an image with graphite or colored pencils!
While I can render pictures of objects using a pencil, it tends to be a utilitarian image...unlike many artists whose drawings are works of art unto themselves. There's something about the way they make lines and shading that are beautiful. I make just ... lines!
I'd like to fix that if I can. Following are some examples of drawings I'd like to be able make. Note: these drawings are NOT of my creation. The titles and creators' names appear under each image.
|The Find, Charlene Brown|
|Barbara Palvin, Malwina Kozak|
|Natalie, Casey Childs|
|Head of a Muse, Raphael|
I'd love to be able to make drawings like these! of course, I'd love to be good at drawing the face and human figure, too, but honestly: I don't have enough years of life left to learn that skill. One of these artists suggested copying master drawings to learn how to make the lines I want -- good idea. Copying the works of masters, both in drawing and in painting, used to be part of the learning curve for aspiring artists. One can learn SO much by doing that.
Maybe during this slow period of no sales and few paintings produced, THIS will keep me out of trouble!