Drawings from Observation

Hello friends! Here are some recent observational drawings of mine. Hope you like!
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Breakfast Sketch

 

 

I sketched my dad this morning while we were at the breakfast table

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Observational Drawing: Cafe Furniture

I spent a few hours drawing at a coffee shop today, before going home and doing some pen drawings. I spent most of my time at the cafe drawing what was right in front of me, which hopefully looked something like this:

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Observational Drawing- Evening in Downtown Jerusalem

Evening in Downtown Jerusalem

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Observational Drawing: Jazz band

I spent a lovely evening yesterday listening to a friend’s jazz band, and sketching the band. Here’s one of the drawings I made, hope you like it!

 

 

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Observational drawing- an oddly shaped tree

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Hello friends, 
I spent a couple of hours today drawing this oddly shaped tree that I noticed near my campsite. I hope you like what you see, and I encourage you to go out there and draw! It’s fun, challenging, and rewarding. Goodnight ❤ 

 


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Observational Landscape Drawing

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Greetings, internet peeps!
I spent some time drawing the view from my tent while I was out camping this week on the Pacific coast. I hope that you have a peaceful evening full of art, music, love, and joy. Fair well ❤

 


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Timelapse Drawing

Hello friends,
I made a short timelapse video of me drawing a pair of shoes. I challenged myself to use one pencil and no eraser. Song is called ‘Start Shooting’ by Little people. Hope you enjoy!

 


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Olive Grove

 

Olive Grove

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Drawing from observation is a way of encouraging yourself to pay attention- to what your eyes can see, to what it means to be an observer, and to what you are unwilling to look at. 

“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, “This is what it is to be happy.”
― Sylvia Plath

 

 

 

 


 
You can follow my work on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram — and, if you find my work to be valuable, you can help this poor artist keep making his art by donating something to my fund. If you feel inspired to donate, you may do so here. Thank you so much for your support, and I hope you enjoy my artwork.
-Terence McKenna