For today’s artistic start to the week, we’re going tiny. What you see above is a quick pencil drawing (using my trusty Blackwing Palamino) that measures three or maybe three-and-a-half inches across. After last week, I wanted to see what kind of revelatory detail might be exposed if I worked tiny and then magnified the results when I scanned it.
Turns out that this view of Capitol Street, looking South at the intersection with Quarrier, mainly reveals how sloppy I got drawing the trees in the middle. Funny how things work out when you’re drawing from memory (I was using a ruler, though).
You can click the image if you want to see an even bigger, some would say version.
Meanwhile, over in radio-land, Monday on The AIR, our Monday Marathon runs from 7 AM to 3 PM , and brings you eight hours of Live and Local music from Tim Lancaster, Matt McGuire, C2J2, Travis Stephens Go Van Gogh and more. Then 3 PM should see an encore of a recent episode of Prognosis with Herman Linte.
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