Me again! How are ya?!
I hadn't been doing any "life drawing" for quite a while (a year or more) and recently I've attended several open sessions hosted by the highly esteemed Dr. Gingher Leyendecker at Mesa Community College.
During the first 2 sessions (posted here May 4,2012) I felt soooo rusty...but last Tuesday everything felt a lot better.
I've taken 3 semesters of Gingher's Life Drawing classes and took her Art Anatomy class and learned so much!
I used to work very slowly but through the years I've been consciously trying to speed up and loosen up. Tuesday I worked a bit faster and felt relaxed and comfortable...and was very happy for that!
As you might be able to tell, our model was a tall, very lean and muscular woman and so it was easy to see "life drawing landmarks" as I drew her.
Some models tend to slowly droop or shift in their pose. I'm sure it is very difficult to sit steadily in one position for a long period of time.
But this model was rock solid!!
BTW: I'd be very interested to receive comments from you or have you vote in my poll (found at the top left...your vote is anonymous).
As artists we get used to drawing the human form.
But I'm aware that for some people these kinds of images may not be appropriate.
Do you think I should stop posting this kind of work on a public blog?
I don't really want to close my blog to those under 18 or label it "adult" because these studies are not mean to be sexual.
But I'm interested in your feedback about it and will certainly take into account your opinions about it.
Thanks as always for visiting.
You're welcome at my web-site anytime: Jephyr.com
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