Drawing Lesson No. 6

It’s been awhile since we shared some little tips and exercises regarding drawing. Here is a simple task. Decide on a subject to draw with a single uninterrupted¬†line. It is helpful to work out the details in pencil first, and when you are satisfied the design is sound, commit the drawing to ink. You can trace the pencil¬†sketch using a light box to illuminate from below placing a few sheets of paper between the draft and the paper used for the ink drawing diffusing the brightness of the lights.

Now I know some of you may be asking, ‘What about the bunnies eye? The eye is separate from the rest of the drawing? What’s the deal with that?’

I have heard it said that ‘There is no such thing as a dumb question.’

There you have it, Drawing Lesson No. 6.