For the second drawing, he had us move to a different part of the room and draw the table top again. But then he had us add different things to turn it into an imaginary room, putting everything in perspective and adding shading. It was fun, and I'd never painted with watercolour on an easel before, always on the flat. I hadn't even really thought about tilting my paper to get different looks and interesting drips.
Most of the people in my class say they're total art beginners, but I was learning a lot from them, looking around and seeing how different people used their paint. And Steph gave a couple evil laughs when she saw me ('the professional') struggling with something, like putting up my easel or getting a bit lost on my very large piece of paper.
Oh, and is it just me, or is it really funny that on my shopping receipt today, it logged that I was at least 21 years old when it rang up the chocolate? :-D