I went to the medical clinic yesterday. It’s always interesting to watch people there. Big dramas are unfolding in the quiet halls. You pass strangers and can only glimpse a small window into their lives. The pens I worked with on this sketch weren’t waterproof, so I got some washy effects for my view of this lady. After painting it, I relined the face with a thicker felt tip pen. It’s still wonky, but so much of life is.
I’m drawing daily to help manage depression. If you’d like to see the beginning of this project, you can see it here. You can also follow me through WordPress or on Facebook.
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5 thoughts on “Drawing Depression #9”
Love this, Joy…keep sharing!
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Thanks. It’s helping me, too.
I like your observations–of people and of life. 💗
I just love your observations and viewpoint. Today’s Unicorn musings are particularly poignant. Thank you💜