Sunday, 12 October 2014

Drawing somewhere in the Adams Family of authors

This is perhaps to do with the art of Fantastic Fiction, the idea being to sketch very small likenesses from the also very small pictures on Fantastic Fiction website http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/

The end I have in mind is that when I am out and about sketching the people, very small, in my sketches so they will look better, perhaps in some cases be recognisable. Today I have moved up the ladder from pencil to pen. Pros and cons here but sketching out and about, I think the technical term here is “plein air” means it is very difficult to use fixative which stops the pencil from smudging.

I won’t bore you with the miles of authors whose names being with A that have got me as far as Adams, but here are a couple of sheets from today which I think show both how badly and how well things are going.


I clipped a 50p on to one of the sheets so you can see what I mean about small size, clicking on the pictures and then clicking on them again should make them considerably bigger than they are in reality.  


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