#OneWeek100People2017: Day TwoPosted: March 7, 2017
Day two of #OneWeek100People: The good, the bad and the ugly. And by ugly, I don’t mean the people themselves. But some of these drawings are definitely more successful than others. The point of this, though, is just to have fun, not be judgemental and post them all.
Today’s challenges were a little different than yesterday. I wasn’t as relaxed because I only had time to draw between a meeting and a class. Also I noticed that my models (students) move around a lot more, even when seated, than the mostly retired octogenarians I drew yesterday. So there was lot of start and stop, or start with one person and finish with another. I didn’t have time to finish all 20 at school so I stopped at a crowded Starbucks on the way home, found a chair but no table and balanced everything on my lap. Maybe because it was the end of the day, or because I wasn’t rushed to get to class, but I managed to do the ones I think are the most successful for today (35 & 38). And despite the fact that this challenge has been taking up more drawing (and scanning) time than usual, I am still happy I have taken it on and I am loving the learning process. It’s great to follow what other sketchers are doing on Facebook and Instagram too.