First I went where there were no crowds, hopefully no germs, to my framers.
Not only do I get a cup of coffee but words of wisdom.....
Two lighthouses to mount plus the penguin.
Rattray Head Lighthouse at dawn - appropriately from a photo by the Dawn Patroller.
The words of wisdom led to the lighthouse being moved to the right a bit more . Apparently there is some sort of mathematic equation one applies to draw the viewers eye in.
Well as soon as anyone mentions mathematics my brain shuts down. So I cannot remember what it is called. It may well be to do with thirds...... There were a lot of hand waving during this lesson. So I just said, "Get on with it."
Not a lot of possibilities to apply the mathematical theorem to this one, so it will remain in the middle.
After a visit to my favourite place after the shed.
Preliminary sketch of..... from the best seat in the cafe at Kinnaird Head.
I returned home through 50 shades of grey.
At 2.15p.m. this was the sky.
It has been like this for two days now. From dawn til dusk. We still have not had a frost. Hence the multitude of bugs and viruses, unseasonably warm.
Good job I have a daylight bulb in the shedudio as otherwise I would not be able to draw or paint.
Fortunately my hairdresser has the solution for 50 shades of grey.
Cut it off.