But for my meeting with the director the other day... well, I ran out of time. The ink was still wet when I laid my sketch on the restaurant table. (One-on-one theater meetings with directors are often at restaurants: if your sketch isn't wet with ink as you present it, it's often wet with iced tea before you finish.)
My black & white sketch got more response than I expected when I showed it then and, later, to others.
So I guess it'll stay uncolored.
Sometimes I forget how strong pure line drawings can be.
The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Kitchen Dog Theater, design sketch by Clare Floyd DeVries C
This is ink pen - Staedtler Pigment Liners in 0.3 and 0.1 sizes - on that ol' faithful, yellow trace.
The Beauty Queen of Leenane isn't really a color kinda set anyway.
(An earlier post on yellow tracing paper and drawing is down the page or HERE.)