Our instructor, Heather Clements, suggested that we focus on arms and legs at our regular figure drawing session at Studio b. this week. No matter what she gives us as a focus, I feel my overall awareness increasing.
I’ve been blogging about the process of drawing and the making of my art for close to a year now. Warren Tape, my webmaster, is making some improvements in the design of my website, and in reviewing the changes so far, I went back and looked at some of my postings throughout the year.
I was a little surprised at the volume of work. And I was pleased with the progression. I had made a commitment to myself to go to figure drawing every Wednesday, and I’m glad I did. I can’t say that figure drawing is ever easy — in fact it pretty much is always a challenge, and that’s what keeps it fresh and exciting to me.
Following are a few of the warm-up drawings from this week, and then a couple of drawings done later in the evening. The drawing at the top of this post was also done later in the evening. The sketches showing only the model’s head or arm are from the actual focus period in the middle of the session.
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You are an INCREDIBLE artist, Joan. I am impressed beyond words to express. Carol