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Monday, July 10, 2017

Hunting in Ink and Color

My morning walk around our lake is about a mile and usually takes me about thirty minutes.  Today I took my travel sketchbook, medium size and the Micron 01 pen/marker.  I sketched the roof while standing up.  I took advantage of a new bench, sat and drew the landscape.  Then I sat at the new table and drew one of the benches from there.

For Hunt 503  http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1430516

Number 1, roof - a new house down the road
Number 2, local landscape - across the field and road by the western lake

Number 3, made of wood - the seat and back of the bench


Gene went for his trike ride for over an hour.  When he got back I asked him to pose for me.  He is great about that.  We settled down in my studio, listening to a book we started on our trip.  I sketched with the pastels for about an hour on a reused Pastelbord, 11 x 14 inches.  Gene was falling asleep so he went for a nap and I quit sketching.  Not perfect but I did get out my pastels!!

Number 4, headgear
Number 5, face with glasses


4 comments:

Bag Blog said...

That pose makes Gene look like a tough guy. Very fun.

Jo Castillo said...

Bag Blog, you make me smile. The tough guy fell asleep!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

love the pen sketches, they look great :)

and yay! for getting the pastels out.

Jo Castillo said...

Jennifer Rose, thanks. I corrected the hat a bit. Will get a photo in the sunshine. Pastels are fun.

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I Grew up in a small town , Magdalena, New Mexico. I enjoy art and the pleasure other people get from my work. I always donate some of my sales and art to charities, especially for children. That started in Bolivia with Para los Ni├▒os. (Link on sidebar) "I cannot pretend to feel impartial about colors. I rejoice with the brilliant ones and am genuinely sorry for the poor browns." -- Winston Churchill