Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Life Drawing: Session 11

This week , we had a enjoyable life drawing class, it started as always with a warm up stage where we were asked to produce 4x 5mins sketches in different poses, For this I decided to be more expressive and used charcoal to do some mark making.

After the warm-up, we did another pose, but the time set was of over a hour, the longest time spent on a pose since we have started the sessions.

I can say this pose was really intriguing, after Chris positioned the model on the floor, I thought to myself, a lot of foreshortening, and it was in this pose were not only able to experiment our drawing skills but also build our knowledge around perspective, this was aided by the use of paper underneath the model which worked as a grid.

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