Hello Dear Readers! Marvelous news!!!
Now as you may or may not remember, The Drawing Lady has recently been recuperating from a nasty fall from the six-story window of The Drawing Lady School of Art Building and has been successfully nursed back to health by her sister, The Voodoo Lady.
Well we are in for a treat today, Dear Readers! The Drawing Lady has made a full recovery and has agreed to teach us how to draw a portrait!
Perhaps you are asking why? Why a portrait, Drawing Lady? Why not a bowl of fruit, Drawing Lady? How about a mountain range, Drawing Lady? Or what about the Pacific Ocean, Drawing Lady?
After months of therapy, The Drawing Lady is feeling better now but, Dear Readers, please do not start peppering The Drawing Lady with too many questions. The Drawing Lady would simply like you to draw a portrait like the one she has drawn:
The Drawing Lady says now you try:
How’s this Drawing Lady? Is this right, Drawing Lady? Is this how you want us to draw it, Drawing Lady?
Dear Readers, The Drawing Lady cannot answer you right now because she is trying to swallow her meds. Please allow The Drawing Lady time to swallow her 27 tranquilizers before she answers that. In the meantime, The Drawing Lady would like you to draw this portrait:
The Drawing Lady would like you to keep in mind that DISTORTION MUST ENHANCE THE PAINTING!
Okay, Drawing Lady! Whatever you say Drawing Lady! You mean distortion like this Drawing Lady?
Is this right Drawing Lady? Is this distorted enough Drawing Lady?
Dear Readers, The Drawing Lady cannot answer that right now because she is choking on her tranquilizers. The Drawing Lady has also begun to inch her way over to the window. The Drawing Lady is giving us one more chance to draw a decent portrait with the correct amount of distortion. The Drawing Lady wants us to draw this:
The Drawing Lady says for us to please please remember that DISTORTION MUST ENHANCE THE PORTRAIT!!
Oh sure Drawing Lady! No Problem Drawing Lady. Is this right Drawing Lady? Does this enhance the portrait Drawing Lady?
Drawing Lady?. . . Drawing Lady?. . . Drawing Lady? . . . . Drawing Lady? . . . .
Dear Readers, the Drawing Lady cannot answer you at this time because she has, unfortunately, just jumped out the window.
Which concludes our drawing lesson for today, Dear Readers.
Until next time . . . I still love you even if The Drawing Lady is Ambiguous About Her Love for You