'Drawing from the collections' at the British Museum , concentrating on detail and definition through looking a contemporary Japanese ceramic made of over 1000 feathered leaves. An interesting session - how to capture the intricacy and delicacy without slavishly drawing everything. Back to the 4B pencil of the first week, putting in rough shapes lightly then looking for the dark areas ( above). Then starting to define the edges of those dark areas and adding a bit of detail.
It's been an excellent course, well thought out and structured. I particularly enjoyed the session drawing the African pots. As it was so successful, they're hoping to repeat it later in the year - I would highly recommend it .
With evenings drawing out now, the sunset while on the train home was moving East - these photos were taken at Rochester( capturing both the cathedral and the castle!)