No mucking around with Roger. 'Perspective' was the second word after 'Hello'! We were invited to grab our charcoals and some butchers paper for a couple of quick getting-to-know-you imaginary landscapes (single and two point perspectives), then out came the polystyrene cube for a limbering-up; hotly followed by the stack of dissimilar oblongs; followed by the sphere and ball composition; then .. a brief catching-of the-breath while drawing up a ten division grey scale; then right on to the complex vase and teapot composition.
Moving right along, we did the generic face (in charcoal), followed by an exercise in largely obliterating said face with a mid tone and then recreating the features with the eraser. All good fun .. and all before lunch. (Lovely lunch, Colleen; a mix of Woolworths deli wraps .. particularly tasty, especially the sun-dried tomato - and very well priced, I believe)
A great day had by all! (Take a bow, Roger!)