I got up before my daughter this morning, and started drawing. I drew it in a dimly lit room so as not to wake her up.
I was able to draw the parts that were not far away from me while looking at them. I can’t see her toes and her right hand very well. It’s also hard to see my picture when I drawing it.
In about 8 minutes, I finally finished drawing the picture. I often can’t draw legs the way I want, but surprisingly I was able to draw them more easily than when I was looking at them. There is room for improvement in the balance of the face, finger shape on the hands, and the position of the arm on my picture.
I decided to draw it during a time when my daughter wasn’t moving much until I decided on the shape. How much can I draw after a long time? I drew this while my daughter was watching TV and drawing.
I thought he wouldn’t move much, but he’s still a toddler. It moves anyway. Move. Standing, sitting, looking around here and there. Because she moves so much, her body is flexible and warm.
I wanted to draw the balance of the whole body well, but I wasn’t good enough. And I wish I could draw focus on the parts I watch, the picture will be more attractive.
It’s a chance to draw lots of children’s pictures while she is a toddler. I’ll draw again.