|Paper Moon; graphite on paper; 11" x 14"|
My morning's efforts: a philodendron that caught my eye yesterday when I sat on the chair adjacent to it. The extreme perspective of being so near the plant really got me going. That and the translucency of the leaves, the stem-like appearance of the lamp stand and the problem of keeping the brightest object furthest back. I confess I made up the leaves that slightly obscure the lamp. All else is fairly true to life.
It was fun to do this first thing in the morning. Yesterday was a busy day with my grandson and then a cookout in the evening. I didn't have any time to put medium to substrate and I so missed it.
Today is busy too - again with grandbaby. But I'm determined to do either another drawing or a painting study. Tomorrow's post will tell.