Imperfection



This is the first real drawing exercise in the book. The actual drawing from the book is much better and much less flawed. It’s strange though, how people admire perfection, never realizing the better part of interesting is the imperfection.

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2 thoughts on “Imperfection

  1. ‘its perfect in its imperfaction’ I was told that once and I pass it onto you… It adds each persons unique style.. makes it real and personal.

    🙂

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