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Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in Blog, Drawing | 14 comments

Sneak Peek at a Large Drawing that I am Working On.

Sneak Peek at a Large Drawing that I am Working On.

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“Slow down and enjoy life. It’s not only the scenery you miss by going to fast – you also miss the sense of where you are going and why.” - Eddie Cantor.

 

The thing that I enjoy most about “slow-cook” work is that it helps me slow down. I see it a form of meditation.

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d1 Sneak Peek at a Large Drawing that I am Working On.

 

 

d2 Sneak Peek at a Large Drawing that I am Working On.

 

 

d3 Sneak Peek at a Large Drawing that I am Working On.

 

mesa 600 copy Sneak Peek at a Large Drawing that I am Working On.

 

 

14 Comments

  1. Brilliant work and film..I love how your last two fingers look like they’re lying on their sides, taking a lovely nap under a shady tree..:)

  2. Beautiful! I love so many details emerging from giant blobish! Typically, I shy away from blobs but I want to be near yours and look deep inside! Thanks for sharing.
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  3. So interesting to watch you draw. The lush greenery grows from your pen!
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  4. This is such a lyrical drawing, it really seems to have a meditative quality. Lovely!

    • Yes Catharine,
      When I work on this drawing I feel very relaxed. It’s not about finishing fast, but about enjoying the process :)

  5. I love to watch artists draw. It’s like watching birds flying. So beautiful!

  6. Me pregunto cuantas plumas te terminaste en esta obra de arte. El tono verde me encanto, Y obviamente el dibujo esta increible. Felicidades.

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