Friar Mug – Day 1 of Blogtoberfest and 31 Days of Playful Drawing
Challenge: A favourite mug (or tea cup)
Okay, I admit it, this is one I prepared earlier 😀 But it was for this challenge and only a few days earlier, so it still counts.
This mug was my grandmother’s. (Well, technically speaking it is not a mug, but a jug, and despite the challenge asking for a mug, I thought I should challenge myself more and see if I could do it. It was fun.) it used to sit on an ornament shelf in her kitchen. When she and my grandfather passed away, I saved it from the trash (and just as well, as I came across it in an antiques catalogue sometime later and it is worth a few hundred dollars apparently – not that I’d dream of selling it).
Bit of a mixed result. I did it live, plonking the jug in front of me on the desk on a piece of red paper. It was an exercise in perspective (which I don’t think I passed), light and reflection. Mixed results – the paper I drew it on could not support the repeated layers of Inktense pencil I placed on it and began to fray…and it appears that I’m a little out of practise in the drawing department, so this month of drawing might do me good.
So, day one…now onto day two.
Looks fabulous Liz 🙂 Very clever!
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Thankyou, Fiona! it was fun 😀
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I am positive my Grandma had a set of 4 mugs or jugs, of friar’s also. Looks Great~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines
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