Squash and Sink

Coloured pencil, for a change. A quick portrait of this buttercup squash from my cold storage that needs to get cooked, soon.

And a quick sketch of what was in the sink the other day, inspired by Shari Blaukopf’s sink sketch. It was an odd assortment of: my granny’s 70-year-old rolling pin, a bamboo handled strainer from over 40 years ago and a cutlery knife I’ve had for over 50 years.

4 thoughts on “Squash and Sink

    1. No, first time in awhile though. But the whole time is was thinking how much quicker watercolour is. I do enjoy the texture with colour pencil. But my hands tire easily. A brush is less painful to hold.

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