Daily Sketch: Mimi Among the Geraniums 2Posted: March 27, 2012
Well, the last time I sketched this in colored pencil I was hoping I’d have the chance to capture it in brush marker, so today I did.
The markers don’t blend as well as colored pencil, but Mimi enjoys her sunbath in a slightly more abstract way because it’s just her and the leaves. This morning was too cold to have the window open, but that made the little windowsill like a greenhouse, trapping the sun’s warmth in the corner with her.
I like both sketches. There are elements of both mix of tones in the colored pencil and in the brushy bright solids of the brush markers. Soon those geraniums will go outside for the summer and the chance will be gone, but we’ll see what else I can do before then.
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