Relaxing with Harrley

Taking the time to draw is essential if you want to improve your observation and drawing skills. I sat down the other day to read, then noticed Harrley (two “r”s because he purrs so loudly) on the couch, so quickly grabbed the bare minimum to do a sketch — my 8×10 sketchbook, oversized water soluble graphite stick and a water brush. It wasn’t only Harrley that caught my eye, but also the collection of farm animal cushions stacked on the couch.

4 thoughts on “Relaxing with Harrley

  1. Fantastic.

    Love it.

    On Sat, Feb 20, 2021 at 10:07 AM Everyday Sketches wrote:

    > Alison R. Hall posted: ” Taking the time to draw is essential if you want > to improve your observation and drawing skills. I sat down the other day to > read, then noticed Harrley (two “r”s because he purrs so loudly) on the > couch, so quickly grabbed the bare minimum to do a sketch” >

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