I haven't added much life drawing recently (partly because I've not been to many of the sessions at The Sparrowhawk) so here is a small sprinkle of pics.
Another life drawing to put on the pile, from quite a few weeks ago at Betty Frankenstien's drawing sessions in Crystal Palace. Some old textured paper, and a softer, less linear approach from me proved quite successful. The tweeters on Twitter quite liked it, too. ;o)
This is the best from the other week's life drawing. I think it has a whiff of an old master 'cartoon', no? It must be a combination of the brown and black colours on some off white paper.
It's been too long, friends. I know you've missed the nakedness, so here are some from recent weeks. I've been trying out some coloured paper, which adds a nice smack in the eyeballs. The white chalk is a bit harder to sort out, as the poses at Betty's are quite short. I may be giving myself too much to do in the allotted time. We'll see.
The old life drawing, again. Escaping the crappy wet weather and drawing in a cosy room above a pub was the right thing to do. A pint of Guinness, some old blues/swing tunes on the iPod and two hours of drawing: works for me.