You can’t see them, but this was done with a 1cm x 1cm grid (used an F pencil).
The grill sucks. I will redo the grill in an effort at not sucking.
This is the result of my first practice session blending colours. (It’s a peach. No, it isn’t diseased.)
This is the result of my second practice session. Not great, but an improvement.
(I think I used six colours. And at least it doesn’t look like something crapped all down the side of it.)
Just some simple layering practice. Note the atmospheric perspective in the right most duo. Woo hoo.
There are five colors used in these little shapes.
Various takes on the headlamp of a derelict 1950s Buick. Strangely human expression on the front of the car made seeing this as an eye pretty easy. I’ll probably do the front of the car next – it looks like a sardonic face.
Just keep adding stuff and you end up with the beginnings of weird architecture.
One point perspective city street. It reminds me of Melbourne, but it’s Montreal (as in, the original photo reminds me of…).
Trees aren’t right, though.
Mixture of pencil and marker pens.
Probably my first ever attempt at drawing a formal one point perspective.
Colored gestural. I like it – except for the darkening of the lines on her shoulders and arms.
Looking at blending one blue into another. Unfinished.