At last I have completed one of two drawings that have been crying out for attention for the past few months. I’m glad though I left these until now because I have been able to approach them with a fresh outlook.
This drawing is about a small trout that is hiding from predators in a small backwater in the South Esk River near Launceston, Tasmania.
One wonders how long it will be before the trout heads off in search of food, or will it be the food for something else?
Tomorrow: An update of the second drawing, “Devonport Rocks 2.”