I always have my sketch gear with me at long cricket days. I figure I get to watch but when I’ve had enough I’ll just sketch. These blokes had no idea they featured in my sketchbook ha!
It was 34 degrees in Melbourne and the game was out in a suburb called Werribee. The field was big, flat with no trees of course. Along way from home. Our team got wiped out so not through to the finals.
Aaaaaahhhhh another hot summer of cricket.
A bit vintage tonight with this cutesy little (work in progress) chick. Just coming up with character ideas where I often work from kids I know and then make up my composition to set a scene.
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Ok the hard work’s done for me on this piece for an upcoming exhibition next week at the historical artist colony Montsalvat in leafy Eltham Victoria. But I always love the process of choosing the frame with the guidance my trusty framer Emma Tamblyn at Whitehorse Framing Hurstbridge Melbourne Victoria.
Tweaking the last touches on this big work for an exhibition later this month at Montsalvat in Eltham.