I've been admiring Liz Steel's tea cup sketches, and since I've been drinking a lot of tea lately, decided to give it a go. This was my first attempt. Not only was my hand rusty and wobbly, but I was very underwhelmed with my color choices.
However, I persevered. I persisted. I plodded on.
The second time around, I decided to forgo my all time favorite black .01 micron pen, which is my go to sketching tool. This time, I gave the watercolored pencils a try.
And although I can see more wrong than right, I still love it and all it's wobbliness.
Tonight we're having snow and another snow day. Maybe I'll do another teacup.