Today, Dear Reader, The Drawing Lady is going to teach us how to draw the Mona Lisa.
As you will remember from our last lesson, Dear Readers, The Drawing Lady got so frustrated with all your questions that she climbed out onto the ledge and jumped.
The Drawing Lady is now wearing a full-body cast and yet she has still agreed to teach us how to draw the Mona Lisa.
The Drawing lady hopes that you appreciate the excruciating pain she is in while she is teaching us to draw the Mona Lisa so please do not pepper the Drawing Lady with too many questions.
The Drawing Lady says in order to properly draw the Mona Lisa, first you will need to draw an outline of the Mona Lisa.
Drawing Lady, do you mean an outline like this Drawing Lady?
The Drawing Lady would like to say the you can do better than that, but the Drawing Lady knows that you cannot do better than that. The Drawing Lady is sighing heavily right now which hurts a great deal; and yet, the Drawing Lady is forging ahead with this lesson.
Next, the Drawing Lady would like you to draw in the features of her face?
Do you mean the features of her face like the bangs and the sunglasses Drawing Lady? Maybe you mean the features of the face like the goatee Drawing Lady?
Dear Readers, all your questions are causing the Drawing Lady to experience pain in her entire respiratory system, her entire lymphatic system and three-quarters of her Digestive System. The Drawing Lady says just draw the features of her face. Nothing more!
Drawing Lady like this Drawing Lady? Is this how you want us to draw the features of her face Drawing Lady? Does the goatee look right, Drawing Lady? What about the bangs, Drawing Lady? Do the bangs look right?
Drawing Lady? . . . What’s the matter Drawing Lady? Drawing Lady why is the janitor rolling you over to the open window Drawing Lady? Why are you telling the janitor to pick you up and throw you out the window, Drawing Lady? . . . Drawing Lady?
Dear Readers, the Drawing Lady has instructed the janitor to tell you that this concludes the Drawing Lesson for today.
Until next time . . . I love you