by R H (Rhonda) CARPENTER
Good on ye in busy days! Go, go, Rhonda! Have fun in drawing. Best wishes, Sadami
The toned paper is great to use and gives a perfect middle ground for drawing. Have you tried the tan one too?
Thanks, Sadami :) Jeanette, I've enjoyed your latest works! Yes, I have both toned sketchbooks and have used the other but wanted to try this one more - for now. We'll see how long I stick with black and white only (of course, I'm cheating and painting in acrylic in colors - to share later).
You have captured the foreshortening very well, I always struggle with that. A lovely drawing, I can almost feel the silkiness of the deer's coat.
Thanks, Lisa. It looks a bit stiff to me right now and that's something I'll have to work on - getting looser with drawing (I guess you can do it but most drawings look fairly stiff...wonder if blurring the edges would work?)
nice deer and good exercise :)
Thanks, Jennifer Rose. Keeping with the black and white theme in my toned books - I have gotten better with my drawing, and it doesn't show until I return to it later...Every little exercise helps.
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