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Study for a painting titled “Midas”, but honestly I don’t know if I’ll ever finish it. Casein.
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
Model Head In Progress
Began filling in the jaw on the model heads, and paused again to draw one of them. This is the one on the right.
3 Skulls and a Drawing
I took the three models just a little further, and then paused to draw one of them. This is the one in the middle.
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
Manikin Study: Putting Up Hair
What to do with old figure drawings
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