Friday, June 03, 2011

So far . . .


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why are there pin holes, push pins I suppose, at the corners of your work? Just curious.

Terry Miller said...

Hello Anonymous - not holes but pencil marks. Those pencil point marks denote the actual limits of the compositional space. The strong pencil lines that frame the work at this point, are actually about an eighth of an inch outside the other points so I will wind up with a bit of overdrawing beyond what will be the finished dimensions of the drawing when complete. This way, I am assured of working all the way out to the edges and a bit over once the drawing is either matted to those point marks or cut for a float above a mat in the end. Hope this answers your query.