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Monday, November 16, 2015

Turkeys for Thanksgiving! The drawings I did while class did theirs.
The basic lesson was all done from one Victorian paper scrap reference image, (which I can't get to upload now).

Draw a turkey using calligraphy strokes, in 3 randomly selected crayons. Next, draw a turkey as a black and white colored in stencil drawing. Then do the same, but use 3 random crayons. Final drawing: Draw the turkey in pink, yellow, or orange strong outlines. Color in so that those strong light lines show. A 'cloissonne' crayon drawing. Perhaps also try a stained glass version! The reference for all of these is a Victorian paper 'scrap' from Dover.

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