Not very much. And a little bit of everything.
And two donuts (doughnuts?) with sprinkles and a coffee. It’s hard to tell with this image, but I am loving two new(ish) additions to my sketching kit: a white china marker I’m using to add back some of the finer highlights I miss when I sketch this loose. And a blue Stabilo pencil that adds just that last bit of definition and depth I need. I’d love to be able to work in my darkest darks in my wash, but when I don’t, I find that having the pencil to add them in with keeps me from overworking my piece. And the blue is fun and alive.
It’s a very rainy week ahead, so I’m going to be drawing a lot indoors.
If you’re stuck inside like I am, it’s a great week to take an online class on Craftsy called ‘Sketching People in Motion’ with Marc Taro Holmes. Marc is a great teacher, and he shares lots of tips and tricks to get you sketching people. If you’re interested in the class, use this link and you’ll get $15 off the class. http://www.craftsy.com/ext/Taro-Holmes_5018601-4948-1412630463386_F5