Anne Lamott wrote a wonderful book, "Bird by Bird", which is about writing, but really about how you go about living. The title essay is about approaching an overwhelming task by focusing on one part of it at a time. It's the lesson we all need to learn, and some of us relearn, and relearn. I had a boss at a garden center where I worked, many years ago now, that showed me that in action and I've been grateful for it every since.
I am not a confident sketcher. I don't feel I have much control over my hand - it tends to go where it wants to go. Although I try to embrace the wobble, the truth is I am (very) slowly relaxing into the reality of that. This drawing was a double page spread, which is much larger than I usually do - because there are so many chances to wobble! So I started with the brown chair. And when I got to the table chairs, with their many curved lines and tangential angles, I just stuck to line-by-line. I can only ever do one thing at a time, so just do that one line. And then this one.
Drawing is about practicing life. Life teaches me how to draw better. I go round and round.