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Saturday, March 1, 2014

"Kitchen" Rob Kulas

This "Kitchen" theme should be a fun theme because it will challenge me to try new subjects to draw,paint etc. I usually sketch outdoor scenes.
On these cold winter mornings I really appreciate my morning coffee. So I thought I would try a coffee sketch.
I liked the reflections of the morning sun hitting the counter.
I did this tiny sketch 3.5" x 3.5" in a Moleskine sketchbook. I used a 9B graphite pencil.


20 comments:

  1. OMIG I can see the steam coming off you coffee cup! Your use of light and dark is wonderful. Love the sun on the counter top and pot. Wow!
    Now you can stay inside and be warm. ;-) Thanks for this beautiful contribution this morning Ron.

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  2. beautiful sketch.. like Lynn said, use of light and dark is wonderful. I really love the reflection on the coffee pot too!

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  3. Yes, you have very warm coffee in your cop, the steam is coming up, amazing. You have got the reflections on the coffee pot fine.

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    1. Thanks Sirkka, hot coffee on a cold day.

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  4. All the light and reflections are just gorgeous. So much warmth in this drawing.

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    1. Thanks, I appreciate your comment.

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  5. Hi Rob, nice to meet you. Very nice sketch of your coffee and the coffee pot. Love the reflections. Great job.

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    1. Nice to meet You and thanks for the nice comment.

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  6. Rob, beautiful shadows on this!!! Great job on the coffee pot...I think I can smell it brewing over here.

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  7. Oh how I love your old school peculator.... there is nothing that tastes or smells better than perked coffee!! Excellent sketch! I smell my coffee brewing ....can't wait! Has to be good beans though!

    Hugs Giggles

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    1. Thanks Giggles. I must agree perculators brew some great coffee.

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  8. I am really impressed-this is gorgeous!

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    1. Thanks for the nice comment Linda!

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