Grandma’s Kitchen

Watercolor and ink

Posted by Bia Watanabe | 24 de April de 2016 | Creating!, Graphic Diary
watercolor and ink wood burning stove drawing

This drawing is part of my graphic diary, a notebook that I carry whenever I can to sketch, draw and paint.

Here is a drawing made by observing the wood cooking stove in my grandmother’s kitchen. A very interesting and beautiful piece to be drawn with small details: the box at the left to keep the firewood, the eternal large pan to heat water, a support for a matchbox and a few wood cutting boards.

Then, outside the house, you can see the white little smoke rising when the wood cooking stove works near lunchtime.

This drawing was done with ink and watercolor, without pencil and eraser. It was an exercise to train the eye and the hand without been afraid of making mistakes. 🙂

 

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