Author Archives: Hank Buffington

Sachuest

Lots of ducks cooing and whistling near me this morning. 10×14”

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Still Left

Here are today’s drawings. Still left handed.

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Back Outside

I made it back outside this morning for a quick painting. It was very windy and below freezing. The vodka added to my water helped keep it from freezing again. 10×14”

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More Left

I still have to draw with my left hand. It’s feeling more natural the more I do it, and I think my line is definitely more confident for some reason. I’m still trying to focus more on line than tone. … Continue reading

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Surfers End Again

I worked on this painting plein air for five visits. I then cleaned it up a lot at home out of my head remembering the experience of being there on the beach. This started a long time ago in my … Continue reading

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Slow Left

Continuing to work with my left hand. Slower today.

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Rocks

I love the rocks here. 9×12”

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Left Again

Another day at figure group using only my left hand.

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Left Hand

At figure group today I drew one 5 minute pose with my right hand…. …but I’ve been having shoulder pain so the rest of the day I had to switch to my left hand. The rest of these are 20 … Continue reading

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Cut Short

My son missed the school bus today so my time at figure group got cut short. Still trying to work more on line. The light on her flank was absolutely gorgeous for this short pose. I really wish it would’ve … Continue reading

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