That’s a winner… Mitchell!
Okay I thought I’d do the 100-faces-in-a-week. I’m not terrible with faces,
I just am not too interested in drawing them. So here is one day of that, and no more.
Can’t do challenges just because you “should”!
WestWing: I was already losing interest in drawing faces… President Bartlett is not bad.
The rest are not well-drawn mugs for the names!
Fabriano Journal, with a Pentalic HB woodless pencil.
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That’s a wonderful sketch of Mitchell. I like that mug! 🙂
You could just draw Mitchell 100 times 🙂
hahahaaaa i just saw this (not on much due to this flu-ish thang) and cracked up. ❤
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Nice details! I wish I could draw faces this well!
I draw a lot. And then there were the John Nagi (spelling) years. Funny, when I saw how fast the sketchers with people skills sketched to get in 20/day, I realized theirs are nearly gesture drawings! I like to play with mine a bit more than that!
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Yeah, I noticed the same thing! I saw a lot of gesture drawings. I prefer ones with more detail – nicer to look at! 🙂
There is a reason that the USKers want speed — they want to get good at drawing a crowd. But not for me… I can catch that crowd-ness enuf for my needs and just haven’t the interest after that…