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-- 31 July, 2006 --

Wet Canvas Scavenger Hunt #3 - glass item


Wet Canvas Scavenger Hunt #3 - glass item
Originally uploaded by ** Robyn **.
Through an e-pal, I have been led to another drawing challenge on Wet Canvas. I tend to feel more motivated when someone else suggests something to draw.

In this challenge we are given a list of everyday items to find and draw. There is everything from a matchbox to your favourite corner in your house. I stole a 'spare' moment in my day to draw the coffee cup that I am currently using at school. I am not quite sure why I like this cup. My normal is fine bone china but this on is thick glass and can be bought cheaply from Woolies.

It looks as though I got the shape of the bottom of the mug through the thick glass sides all wrong but, really, that is what it looks like from where I am sitting. It doesn't parallel the top elipse in any way. Very odd.

Posted by robynls at July 31, 2006 2:57 PM

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I like it, especially the little coffee cups and the lettering down he side.

Posted by: janey at July 31, 2006 8:14 PM

Interesting you drew it empty.

I have a blue glass cup I used to use for tea. I drink more tea in the winter though.

Posted by: bb at August 1, 2006 3:56 AM

Robyn - great sketch. I have seen glass that is like that and it is confusing, but then if you look at the bottom is it indented, like a giant dimple?
Elipses are one of the hardest things to draw.

Posted by: Robin N at August 1, 2006 2:24 PM

How clever, Robin! I looked and you are right ... there is an indentation under the bottom of the mug. One mystery solved.

Posted by: Robyn [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 1, 2006 2:36 PM

Great sketch!! Ive had the same coffee mug at work for over 7years - i take it from job to job LOL

Glad u are enjoying the swaps!! fun arent they?

Posted by: Anastasia at August 2, 2006 10:11 AM

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