S is for . . .

"S" is for Spoon
Spoons are challenging, but fun. There is a surprising amount of dark value when drawing shiny objects. The bowl of this ended up too rounded, but - oops - we weren't going to judge, were we? Sometimes I will draw spoons "around the clock" - that is from the 12:00 angle, the 5:00 and so on. This one, I would say, is the 8:00 or 2:00 angle.

We are digging out this morning from last night's blizzard. The snowplows dumped an amazing amount of snow at the ends of our driveways and REALLY socked in the cars on the street. The sun is shining now, so all is well.

1 comment:

Marj said...

I don't know if a blizzard or tons of rain are harder to deal with--we got the latter and were doing some "mopping up" downstairs--the ground is starting to thaw down here. Your spoon reminded me of a contour drawing we did in your class several yrs ago. My spoon is a little deep too. I don't want the A-Z drawings to end!