I mentioned that I’m trying to get myself drawing at home rather than on the street. It sure is a struggle and I’ve definitely got to get a place set up to do it. But I’m pretty good at the clear-the-deck arm sweep that will shove a bunch of stuff out of the way and provide me a place for some paper.
That’s what I did the morning I decided to draw a clump of foliage. Notice that I’m not setting my sites too high. I have to convince my brain that it should be drawing in the morning while I’m having my morning coffee and I don’t want to discourage it. I did upgrade my paper, though. This one was done on Fabriano Artistico CP, which may be a bit to rough for my fine fountain pens but we’ll see.
One thing is clear. It’s a LOT easier to draw and paint in a studio with the paper resting on a flat surface. Heck, it’s not even windy (grin).