A quick sketch of my father-in-law sleeping at the rehabilitation centre he stayed at, after he had broken his leg for the second time, back in 2016. The family took turns to sit with him and keep him company.
Semi-blind contour drawing of my lunch at work in 2015.
… in 2016.
I’m sure he’s very nice, though.
No, I’m wrong, I don’t know what that was. A practice drawing from a random magazine photo of probably a really nice guy.
Drawing from magazine ad photo. Look at how much fun he is having
Random magazine photo
Grandma curled up in her chair, watching TV with us – this time season three of The Crown on Netflix. This is a semi-blind contour drawing.
Cheating again for #inktober, a semi-blind contour drawing from an older sketchbook.
Another practice sketch of Grandma, for #inktober
No one is safe, when they sit still long enough in our living room.
Practicing with brush and ink with water
Another random practice portrait. I’m sure this person is very nice, whoever they may be.
Grandma watches TV in our living room, mostly CBC News. It’s the election and every time she sees clips of Conservative party leader Andrew Sheer speak, she calmly but deliberately leans forward for the remote and puts the TV on mute. This is drawn straight to ink with a brush pen. Terrifying, but in aContinue reading “Grandma watching T.V.”
Selfie drawing. I rarely take selfies, and this is why. Fun to draw, bad to publish.