For my daily pencil drawing today I put a wilted tuple blossom in a water glass. Flowers are always a good motif for studying nature, because they don't fidget around and don't complain if it doesn't match one hundred percent. The decisive factor when practising realistic drawings is observation, the analytic-formal view of the motif.
Pencil (HB, B2, B4, B6) on Dorèe sketching paper (170 g/m²). Drawing duration approx. 60 minutes.
The picture is drawn with pencils (HB, B2, B4 and B6) on Dorée sketching paper (170 g/m²). I don't know yet whether I will include this motif as a drawing exercise in my eBook "Learn to draw realistically".
This time I filmed the process of drawing again and created a short time-lapse video, in which I give some explanatory notes about this drawing.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
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The following video shows the painting process as a time-lapsed video.