I came across a delightful charcoal drawing of pigs, made by the artist and professor, Allen William Seaby, which he sketched one camping holiday in the New Forest. I was at the St Barbe’s Gallery, Lymington, and although you can’t take pictures of the exhibits, they support you sketching any image. So I did a quick one of the pig :). Simple outline in biro, with some diagonal line shading- enough to show it’s a pig! Happy drawing!
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🐷 HI DARLINGS, IN MY OPINION, FARM ANIMALS ARE WORTHY, HOWEVER THE ARE TOO MUCH SLAUGHTERED.