So, life drawing. I've done more of that. But not enough. Never enough. Pictured below are newsprint drawings from extra-life drawing classes at Sheridan over the summer, as well as some that I drew at Brian's summer life drawing sessions. I'm actually focusing on my individual lines more (finally). I'm getting a little bit more straight vs. curve in there (finally), and I'm actually putting in a bit of tone (finally), although only solid areas. As you may know, I'm horrible at shading, and I have little interest in changing that :)
So, life drawing on newsprint. Most of these are 1 minute poses, as I tend to like those best and I have little patience to finish longer poses (that's not good). There's a more "finished" pose in the middle-bottom there. I figured I should put a more-rendered-something up. Render-wise I think it's okay, but I really don't like the drawing itself. Oh well. Some drapery there too, because I do like drawing that, however hard it is.
Life drawing in a sketchbook has its ups and downs. Scanning blue Col-Erase pencil drawings only has downs.
TAAFI is happening at the end of the week! Busy busy busy! I'll post more stuff from the short film after the festival, but I just noticed Melody posted another little something from it on her blog. Check it out!