Drawing with a pen is a commitment. No taking it back, just keep on going.
Staedtler Pigment Liner pen on smooth paper in a Robert Bateman sketchbook.
When I first started to play jazz, after years of studying and playing a classical piano repertoire, I floundered. I kept thinking that there were "right" notes and "wrong" notes and it was my job to play the right ones. One of the intriguing aspects of jazz is the function of a "wrong" note to lead back to a "right" note in the ears of the listeners, even if the "right" note is not played.
These figure drawings are like jazz. A little something right, a little something wrong, and I trust your eyes to lead you in the best direction.
Ella Fitzgerald sings "Desafinado." Something slightly out of tune, on purpose, with this song!