Where Our Bathroom Used to Be

Where Our Bathroom Used to Be

Where Our Bathroom Used to Be

We had some water damage while we were away for six months. A slow leak in an upstairs bathroom caused the ceiling in the downstairs bathroom to cave in. The soggy old wallboard and fixtures have now been removed, leaving the wooden frames and a light.

Since our return I have been reading and doing exercises from an awesome book about perspective, Drawing Perspective, How to See It and How to Apply It, by Matthew Brehm. Today I suddenly realized that the exposed frames, the tile floor and existing walls present a perfect opportunity to practice what I am learning.

I see that I did not get the perspective quite right in this sketch. I did not notice as I started to draw that the horizon line was not perpendicular to the vertical lines and then I had trouble with the cast shadows and light beams from the light bulb. But even so I like this sketch.

This is a pencil and Procreate sketch.


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