Sketching Everyday Life
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No matter how much I might like to be out in Galway City with my sketching stuff, it’s not always possible. I’m enduring a period of intense work at the moment (more like: intense procrastination interspersed by short periods of guilt-driven work), and it takes the guts of a day to get to Galway, sketch and get home in time to feed three very hungry kids who think there’s never anything in the fridge. The fact that temperatures have gone from warm enough to fall asleep in the sun to cold enough to complain continuously in the space of a week means that outdoor sketching isn’t tempting me much. So in the absence of spare time and clement weather, I’m sketching what’s in front of me – and since my workplace is also my home, that’s a lot of sketches of home. There are a lot of advantages to sketching everyday life. It’s very easy to start, of course, and can happen with no planning, but it’s a good way to work hard to observe your subject well without the various distractions that street life presents.
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