Still life with mangoes and avocados.
This is a drawing that wants to be a painting. The two sides of this sketch are shown below; the version at the top of the page has been cropped as the composition might be in a painting. I was all excited about the ovoid shapes of the atulfo mangoes which cut large interesting shapes out of the busy patterning; the eggs and avocados along with the other ovals on the table; and also by the colors which you can't see here: the yellow mangoes, the deep brownish-green avocadoes on an irregular dark blue dish, and the brown/terracotta Mexican bowls on the mustard-yellow Mexican cloth, contrasted with the brilliant blues of the highly-decorated Moroccan plate at the left. The eggs (dyed red and pink for Easter) could be virtually "re-dyed" in a painting, either yellow or blue. The mango at left might want to come down in the frame and be cropped off, and I'd consider putting another one on the patterned blue plate.
Mostly, it feels really good to be drawing again.