My drawing is progressing though it can be likened to watching paint dry since every leaf in that tree outside the window has to be figured out. Here you see my dog Peach, who accompanies me sometimes for inspiration and to hurry me along. She will start pulling a “Toby” for instance (I am referring to a carpet cleaning commercial where the dog does something vulgar and the mother screams at him.) That gets me drawing faster in favor of returning her home to the natural setting of our backyard where dogs with itchy butts belong. Of course, I can leave Peach outside all day, and the minute I bring her in, she will head straight for my favorite rug. Mais, j’aime ma chienne. (But, I love my dog). My french is coming along too.
In the above picture, you see all of the studies I had to do to figure out the “tree”. PAINT DRY I tell you. What you don’t even see are the studies for these studies. And I haven’t even started to figure out the other window yet. This drawing will be worth $100,000 by the time I am done.