Wednesday, September 17, 2008

This Drawing All Things Devours

This little lovely has eaten up most of my art time for the last 2 weeks. It did teach me a lot about how to control graphite and how important it is to take time when you are relearning a half-forgotten medium. I also learned that rocks are tedious to draw. And that when you draw light you have to treat it like a liquid, or perhaps more like a mist. It saturates everything near its source and spritzes particles on those objects further out.
More art soon..

.

4 comments:

Holly Marie said...

Thanks for calling me batman - that's awesome! :) Just found out we don't get Christmas vacation, but we do get three weeks off for Chinese New Year (middle of Jan. to beginning of Feb.). We're planning to do some traveling for part of it. Not sure where to go though - too many options! I'm learning a lot of Mandarin already - it's so exciting. :)

CëRïSë said...

Oooh! Nice. What's the size of this one?

Nothing said...

I like this one very much.

Mike Lawrence said...

Nice lighting Kuyler. I think anytime you can have a visible light source in an image, it makes it 100% more dynamic. I've been trying to make up reasons to have lights in my drawings lately.