T.E.D.

Back at it.
When Ian drawings its very difficult rendering the detail. I defiantly don’t get “lost” like I remember when I was 15-27 years old drawing away in a fever.
This is hard work.
The only joy comes when I take the glasses of and see the drawing from about a foot to two feet away and recognize that what I am doing is actually working.

Slow and steady is this race.

24 Responses to “T.E.D.”

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