Texture Play

I love using and highlighting texture in my work, so in preparation for next week’s Sketching Play/Lab session that I run with Paul Wang, I’ve been doing some texture-focussed work. I’m tearing up magazines and making little texture-cards for inspiration. It’s really addictive and once you start seeing pattern and texture, you see it everywhere.

This sketch of a rooster among the nasturtium is a small study I did for a larger piece I’ll be painting sometime soon.

You can read more about Sketching Play/Lab here and maybe we’ll see you in a play session soon.

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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2 Responses to Texture Play

  1. Nice Rooster, I really like the texture.

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  2. Holly Block says:

    Love the idea of making texture cards! Interesting to see the many
    variations once you adjust your focus to textures.

    Liked by 1 person

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