Sunday, October 12, 2008

Interior Sketch

approx. 5.5" x 9"
2B in Canson Field sketchbook


Here is a quick sketch I did last night. I don't normally sketch interiors, but I wanted to sit on the couch by hubby as he watched the Penn State game, and this is what caught my eye. I did it in graphite since I don't trust myself with watercolors on the couch!

After my sketch, I started a new stippling project. This is only my third one ever, but I find stippling to be a very relaxing activity. Sort of like I imagine knitting to be. And since the image takes so long to build up, I can do it while listening to the TV or having a conversation with someone. Perfect for when I want to do art and curl up on the couch.


approx. 7" x 5"
005 black Micron on Canson paper


It doesn't look like much now, but after quite a bit of time and millions upon millions of dots it should look better. Does that sound like crazy person talk or what?

3 comments:

Jennifer Rose said...

I love doing pointillism :D Great for relaxing.

the interior sketch looks good. Real tree in the room?

africantapestry said...

Great interior sketch!I'm looking forward to seeing your pointillism drawing finished. I once did one many years ago and that was my fisrt and last!
Ronell

Stacy said...

Jennifer, glad to know I'm not the only crazy person who finds creating a picture out of a kabillion dots relaxing. :p As for the tree...no, not real. I have a tough enough time keeping the kids fed and watered so I prefer my plants to be of the artificial variety.

Thanks Ronell! I hope you have a lot of patience. It could be a while for this pen and ink.