Will McLean
Process diary

Persistence is paying dividends

Last modified: October 31, 2017
Created: September 22, 2017

Persistence is paying dividends. When I first started with the pencil I came at it from the perspective of colour only. I assumed that to differentiate between shapes I would need to use colours from white to black on the greyscale exclusively. As I have done more and more I have been pushed to come up with more varied ways to fill my shapes. This challenge has forced me to experiment with the marks the pencil makes. Scribbles, swirls and stripes are all things I was not really thinking about at the beginning. But those marks, combined with the greyscale are starting to give the drawings a bit of zing. They also make it look more toy. Important. Very important. 🚒

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills by Will McLean

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills by Will McLean

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills by Will McLean

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills by Will McLean

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills

Mad graffiti by Will McLean

Mad graffiti

Trees in Harmony Park, Surry Hills by Will McLean

Trees in Harmony Park, Surry Hills

Trees in Harmony Park, Surry Hills by Will McLean

Trees in Harmony Park, Surry Hills

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills by Will McLean

Lunch in Harmony Park, Surry Hills

Just got back from the art show by Will McLean

Just got back from the art show

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