Here we are, another week, another Lesson in Drawing Lab! This time our instructions were to draw a dog on 20 index cards....and not just a dog....but the same dog over and over again. I have never sat down and drawn the same thing that many times before....
So I grabbed my index cards, my Sharpie (since I don't have a chisel-ended pen per the book) and this photo from the Internet.
Here are my first 8.
I'm not sure what I was doing with the background on that first one....haha!
It is really neat how they end up being so different....plus, I found after the initial 4 or so, I started experimenting more with starting points. I usually started with the ears and forehead....but, I also tried starting with the eyes, the nose, all the right side, then the left, etc....
Here are the 2nd 8.
The book does recommend taking a little break when you start to tire of drawing your subject. In the middle, from about 11 to 14 or so, it was getting a bit tedious....but then, you start seeing the big pile of finished drawings....and the smaller pile of blank cards....and it becomes a fun challenge to finish!
I sat and drew these 20 in about an hour.
Here are the last 4....sorry about my shadow across the bottom :)
I numbered them on the back, and I found that useful in keeping track of their progression and how many I had left to do.
So, there you go.
A pack of Corgis.
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