To draw a sketch for every scene of Shakespeare!
I went home and counted up how many scenes Will wrote and the grand total is...732 scenes and 2 epilouges. To be perfectly honest I don't know if I will complete the whole works of Shakespeare in sketch form but I'm going to do my best.
May I present to you, a play recently finished.
Love's Labour's Lost
|Act 1 Scene 1|
So study evermore is overshot
While it doth study to have what it would
It doth forget to do the thing it should
And when it hath the thing it hunteth most
'Tis won as towns with fire, so won, so lost.
|Act 2 Scene 1|
'Fair' I give you back again; and 'welcome' I have
not yet. The roof of this court is too high to be
yours: and welcome to the wide fields too
base to be mine.
|Act 3 Scene 1|
A message well sympathized: a horse to be
ambassador for an ass.
|Act 4 Scene 1|
A mark marvelous well shot, for they both
did hit it.
|Act 4 Scene 2|
...As it were...
|Act 4 Scene 3|
In that each of you have forsworn his book,
Can you still dream and pore and thereon look?
For when would you, my lord, or you, or you,
Have found the ground of study's excellence
Without the beauty of a woman's face?
|Act 5 Scene 1|
Satis quod Sufficit
|Act 5 Scene 2|
We are wise girls to mock our