More practice for my art class. I attempted making marks for a different set of emotions this time.
I find this difficult—mostly because it’s a scary accessing some of these emotions (I pray before I do), but also because it’s hard to draw viscerally rather than think about what the mark for a particular emotion “should” look like. I can see the value in the exercise, though. When you look at a great painting, you do get a sense of emotion from the brush strokes.
A couple more negative-space drawings:
This is is a climbing and scratching structure that our new little kitten loves. It has balls hanging from the top level and was good negative-space practice.