Sunday, May 18, 2014
So I like the idea of compound drawings. This one, if examined by quadrants clockwise: Plan, Elevation, Section and Perspective. Despite the complication of this sketch, my favorite part is the whit reflection below.
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Despite the title, which was more about evoking memories then actually describing the location of the sketch, this was done like the rest of them so far at the comfort of my long maple farmer's table. This is another loosely applied color piece with careful lines. BUt I think it is successful as the sketch is kept small, enjoying the white space. The ring was placed a bit too soon and now resembles an aura coffee sunset.
Monday, May 12, 2014
This is a little sloppy. Maybe a reaction to my too careful earlier ones, but I like it. There is a fluidity in the wash and the lines; with the orange applied loosely without a severe amount of care to the crisp edges of the flat and cylindrical containers.
Friday, May 9, 2014
This came out as a nice repeat of an earlier composition. The background orange came out much more consistent and the placement of the ring provides just enough tension between the background, the white space and the spoon that there is a quiet completeness to the composition...even if it is not too experimental.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
This one was done rather fast. I am trying to do one almost every other day and in doing so I hurried this one along. I kept the image smaller and still tried to strike a balance between the descriptive section and the standard "bird's eye" view of the cup.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
I felt the others were getting too congested with colors, lines, shadows, etc. Kind of a congestion of representation. In this one I wanted to do simple touches of the orange handled spoon and the coffee to bring specificity of focus to the piece. I enjoy how quiet and less fussy this one became.