I would like to share my current challenge in my world of art. I would like to start out by showing and explaining how I began my project. We have a glass top table in our boat house that I have ingeniously turned into a light table by placing a simple under counter light in the framework of the table; turn off the light in the boathouse and there you have a light table! I had a Homemaking teacher in high school that her favorite saying was “Necessity was the Mother of invention”!
Now to where I work after I have the ground work done for my drawing.
I have traced the large areas of the picture now I refine the details because all the lines on my drawing are mostly zigzags. I have a hard time because of my tremor making long lines so I refine the picture with short marks then refining even more as I work on the drawing.

Now for the progress I have made on my as I progress so far. I will keep you posted as I work so hopefully sooner than later I will get “Brothers Forever” finished.

Hope you enjoy my journey with me through the completion of my drawing.

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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.

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