This is the second quick drawing I did based on a painting by Max Hammond. Trying to make it my own, I used Prismacolor colored pencil instead of his rich oils. This is a small sketch about 6″ x 9″ that I finished in late January.
I’ve been looking at the work of Max Hammond and so enjoy the color, passion, strength and freedom of expression he pours into his work. I’ve been playing with his ideas and making them my own, while trying hard to loosen up and work more quickly. These small sketches are the result.
This is a small sketch that I did on location of the Hood Canal. I was sitting near a look out tower, but it was too hot to paint up there. So I sat at the bench at the bottom of the tower. While there a young family visited. That is the two boy’s forms in the drawing.