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Coffee Meets Sketch

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Coffee meets Sketch…

Under the holiday rush, the fear of job loss, and just the stress of having a wild & crazy teenager, Tracy was  talking on the phone with her hands flying, only to realize she dumped coffee on the sketch I did for her mother.

Clearly from the link provided above you can see the white of the actual color done on the  Sennelier Le Maxi Block Sketch Pad Well.. under pressure and with logical thinking that doesn’t usually come out of a 17 year old, her son said to her, just pour coffee all over the rest of it.    I did do another sketch, so the attempt was well, shall we say, an experiment..

She did not pour coffee over the entire sketch, but decided to “Tea Bag” soaking a tea bag in hot water, and lightly tapping it onto the paper, she came up with a very antiqued looking drawing.

So, even when you want to cry over spilt coffee.. there may be a solution..

3 Comments

1

After comparing the two, I liked the latter one, in fact. The Tea Bag method was briliant.

Happy New Year, Susie. =)

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2

I love it!

3

Yes indeed… it looks like a seasoned drawing… funny how “accidents’ can sometimes be brilliant. As usual, wonderful art, Susie!

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