This crazy spring is causing us to be drawing in museums even into May and we found ourselves, once again, sketching at the hunting and fishing museum in St. Augustine, Quebec. I should consider myself lucky because many in Quebec are dealing with their houses being flooded from all the rain we’re receiving. I’m just disappointed that I can’t sketch outdoors, which pales by comparison.
I spent some time with a wolf on this day. I have to admit that I’m really getting a bad case of cabin fever and less and less in the mood to draw in museums but what’cha gonna do? Unfortunately, I think this is beginning to show in the results. Here’s the first drawing I did.
I decided to compliment this drawing with one of a wolf skull. If you extend the back of the skull in the drawing just a bit, you’ll see a pretty decent rendition of a wolf skull. Fun thing about this is that while I was drawing I kept thinking I was drawing everything too long, when in fact, I’d drawn the back of the skull too short. Better luck next time.