Chairs in the yard are just like chairs in the house, except you can get a little tan while you are drawing. Adirondack chairs are a challenge, picnic tables need to be drawn so they stay flat on the ground, round tables with umbrellas are well worth the time to see and draw, and even a line of clothes drying in the breeze can make a nice drawing. Be aware of shadows and the shapes they make. They can add a lot to a simple drawing of a chair in your yard.
The possibilities in your garden—and beyond—are limited only by your imagination. So get out there and see what you can see and draw.
Get off your chair and draw it! Begin to see how to create an environment and a mood, or capture a moment in a blowing breeze, with your drawing.
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