Few images are as timeless as the drawing "The big fish eat the small" by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. I chose it as a template for this pencil drawing. After my unwanted H6 pencil in the previous drawing, I switched to a B2 this time. It's just not as tiring, especially with the dark dots. Once again, it's all about brightness values. My drawing contains no lines - which in itself is absurd in the medium of drawing. It's like the charcoal drawings of Georg Seurat. Whereby I draw points, which of course have contours. But that doesn't bother me any more.