Tag Archives: figure
Out with Shadow in the park again, trying to follow people with my brushpen. There was a group of kids sitting on the ground. The group leader bent over, then knelt. One girl stretched and leaned, but stayed rooted to … Continue reading
I sat on the lawn with Shadow at my side and tried to follow a Tai Chi group with my brush pen. An old gentleman came up behind me, smiled and said something in Chinese. I wish I could have … Continue reading
Starting with three identical head armatures, I modeled three different skulls, making them as different as I could without carving into the originals, by adding wax-based clay. I’m hoping eventually to end up with three model heads that I can … Continue reading
Color version, musicians at farmers market, Jack London Square.
Musicians at the farmers market in Jack London Square, Sunday.
Use them for lighting studies, make my own coloring book. I have cartons of sketchbooks in storage from years of figure drawing sessions. There are beginner sketches and ordinary poses that I never found a use for, but that I … Continue reading
Some drawing studies: I caught a friend in this pose, then tried to picture how it would look with the light coming from different directions:
Color sketch for “When my dog was a puppy.”