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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Painting #28 Plein Air Sketch

Last Sunday we went to a Fiddler's Contest in an open air park so it gave me a chance to do some plein air sketching.
We go to this every year and I always do some sketching.  The difference this year is, I did not use ink lines first but rather pencil to lay things out.  As I look at this I wish I would have used ink first.
I was intrigued with all the things this boy had laying around him and it became quite a challenge to get it all in.

3 comments:

Elva Paulson said...

Hi Teri ... don't forget, you can always add the ink later if you want to. I am very appreciative at how you are willing to tackle difficult subjects. This has a great relaxed feel.

kslaughter said...

I'm with Elva---I don't think there's anything you won't try ; ). This is great---can't believe you did it on site! Great gesture and love the red!

Laure Ferlita said...

I too admire your willingness to tackle difficult subjects (people) on location. Very well done. This has the feeling of being done on location.