One Drawing A Day – 1

A rough sketch of my grandson Sean.  Inspired by one of my WordPress Artist Friends.  What a challenge, it is the end of the day and don’t want to draw at all. I have drawn this portrait as quickly as possible to catch the personality. However, I left a lot of detail out, so I will probably finish it up tomorrow and complete another drawing for the “One Drawing a Day ” exercise, and start research for my horse and water, watercolor painting.

Number 1 Grandson
Number 1 Grandson

6 thoughts on “One Drawing A Day – 1

    1. Nichole you can draw, just start by tracing the outline of a persons face to paper. Trace in focal points that define character, line of ear, jawline, brow, eye, nose bridge, set of nostrils to lip, lip to chin… Fill in with soft line, smudge, hatch, or pointillist work. This kind of practice will help you learn to draw portraits. You will get muscle memory fast doing this.

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