Today’s featured cp drawings are as close to a ‘finished, detailed sketch’ that I do. Once framed and hung in a gallery, are they genuine drawings? Is detail always important? So many questions!
During the 90s, my drawing style became very loose and carefree. Was I going through a sketch stage or was my hard-edged style really coming to the fore? I don’t know. What I do remember was that all the work I sold contained a lot of detail. People love information when buying art they like – well they do here, where I live.
Sketching is a wonderful asset to the creative process. Its quick and easy nature enables one to get ideas down without too much fuss and procrastination. There seems to be a lot of joy in the freedom of sketching.
Detail in any artwork isn’t that important. I love very clever art that can say a lot with very little.
Sketching deserves greater respect as genuine, finished artwork.