An Even More Unusual View

‘I have learned that I have not drawn I have never truly seen, and that when I start drawing an ordinary thing I realize how extraordinary it is, sheer miracle.’ Frederick Franck

Find a reflective surface: a spoon, a tea kettle, jewelry, WHATEVER, as long as it is reflective, and draw your portrait as you see it in the surface.

1. Challenge yourself: determine your drawing comfort level and take it up a notch
2. Draw for at least 60 minutes
3. FILL YOUR PAGE or your taped off crop (you must use most of your page, even if you crop)
4. Work in a drawing tool of choice
5. Do drawing in FULL value, meaning there should be good contrast between the lightest part of your drawing and the darkest.