Backing away from the daily sketching of 2015, to observe more slowly and acutely.
Brave man! And well done, Kirk.
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Not so brave. People don’t seem to notice. But thanks.
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…and eat too I hope. Of course you were the one drawing and not eating! (K.)
Thanks, Kerfe. In fact, I drew this in about 120 seconds, the time it two Mrs. Kirkistan to go the washroom and back. Maybe that’s three or four minutes.
Even more impressive!
I echo Laura’s sentiments. I rarely draw people who know I’m watching them…the pressure; I can’t take the pressure. LOL!
Thanks Teresa. But I was way across the patio.Maybe I’m invisible?
LOL! Being invisible is good if you’re trying to draw people (or eavesdrop on their conversation). 😉
You have the power of invisibility?! Okay…now you’re just showing off! I love your sketches of people! Nice one! 🙂
It would be fun to be really good at capturing people.
I think you capture them really well! I can never seem to give them much of a personality. Of course I also tend to avoid drawing them entirely 😊
Really? I just don’t see it. My figures Sen all do weak.
The figure on the right in particular has a great expression. My tend to look like mannequins. Lol
Very nice! And I think too that you´re brave! Did you have your drawing materials with you by accident or did you plan this?
Ann, I always carry a notebook and pen. Doesn’t everyone?
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