About time I practised the sight-size drawing technique. I couldn’t persuade anyone to sit for me for thirty-six hours, let alone afford model rates, but I managed to find an onion who offered decent terms.
Hard to believe that such a small drawing took me four hours.
One of many useful ideas that I picked up from the sight-size drawing course was that you don’t need to draw a line round everything. Here, for example, the pale broken line at the top of the onion makes the highlight look much brighter.