An old derelict boat on the side of the river. Today in my inbox there was an email from Etcher.com to pay $5.50 for access to drawing a boat with Ian Fennelly. I was willing to throw five dollars away in case it was bad. Well it was and it wasn’t. NO PHOTO to draw from. What the heck. So I went to Ian’s IG feed and did a screen shot.
The video also did weird things. I watched it in a window a little bigger than a postcard. If it restarted once it restarted four times. Never going back to where you were. Groan.
Here’s his. Love the silly birds. Seagulls of a sort.
First thing u do is lay out the shape using markers to fix it in your mind.
Then you draw it with a midtones grey tombow. I think this is a 25.
I finally made a key to the shades of my nine shades grey tombows. Got tired of opening each of them up.
So I got bored and went ahead of the video. The video was very cumbersome. If you had to restart it always went back to the beginning. WHAT?!!
My footprints got out of control. As a friend quipped they looked like elephant tracks. Eeekk.
What to do what to do. So much work and a massive screwup.
White pentel gel pen to the rescue. I may add some white watercolor paint to it also.
Here are all the pens. The tombows and pentel permanent liners. Mostly used the .3 on this piece.
Margaret watching Haregan and Oprah. Not sure I will stick with it. Hmmm. Xoxoxo