Yum Nam Poole, The Ninja Son of Mr. and Mrs. Tad Poole.
No. 11 of The Lesser Known Dumptys.
8"x10" on 11"x14" Bristol Board
It took me a few minutes to draw Yum Nam Poole but it seems it took forever to finish the background. I was being meticulous with every stone, every tile, every leaf. I patiently inked the sky with India ink then overlaid it with micro pigment ink. I was thinking of what was going on in the minds of the two spectator eggs. Do they even have minds? It's done. In the end, I just don't find anything significant with drawing. It's just one of those things I have done for a long long time. It is routine. It's like having a friend with whom you spend a lot of time hanging out. Nothing bad happens neither does anything exciting. You just keep on going because you ask yourself what is there to do if you did not do it...That is something I need to answer.
In the grand scheme of thing, it is insignificant. In the meantime, this drawing inspired my current drawing. Yet another proof that I did not put much effort into my introspection. It's one of those so-so days. Hope yours is more exciting. Have a wonderful weekend!