Couple of hours. Photostudy from a scene in "The Last Samurai". Tried to be economic with my strokes and keep it simple. Too much lineart-background work recently, feels good doing something loose and painterly!
Realizing my right hand have wrist-problems from time to time from too intense painting and use - I've decided to start practising my other hand and become ambidextrous! (Michelangelo and Da Vinci was both infact ambidextrous).
It will be a long journey, and it's going to look crappy for quite some time, but I must admit I'm positive over my results thus far. It's a lot of about re-learning the mechanic thing that is drawing. And in fact, when I do a left-hand drawing - sometimes I wonder how I used to do "that" or "this" stroke normally, with my right hand. In that case I slide it over to my right, and try to imitate what I'd do and how I'd use the pencil. As soon as I've seen how I would go about it with my right, I know what to do with my left.
And on a second note, I must say I get some interesting different shapes, designs and happy accidents out of being "clumsy" and "unprecise" so to speak.