Street photographers look for interesting visual elements to include in their photos. It is a challenge to choose how to place them in the frame.
Another quick waiting room, partial-blind drawing.
The tops of the bodies in this portrait look confrontational, but the legs on each subject seem relaxed.
The photo below falls into two categories: sky photography and street photography. I snapped it, as it reminded me of yesterday’s photo, only with light-colored wire dividers instead of dark.
The gray clouds have an interesting texture in the photo below. However, it seems that each shade of gray has the same shape as the wire boundaries that enclose it.
One of the problems of blind drawing is getting body parts in proper disposition with each other. The drawing below is an example of a miscalculation. It seems that upon the return of my pen from its detour beginning with the ear of the man with the hat, and ending with the brim, I displaced […]
The common denominator between these two sketches is not the cloaked anatomy of the backs, it is gesture. The figure on the right is centered and stable. The left figure is out of balance: the chair is tilted; the man is twisted, as if he is in motion. The differences can be attributed to the […]
I like the way the foreground clouds echo the contours of the power lines.
I get all ready to sketch, everything in its place, I look up and begin drawing a portrait. The subject leaves and I have a nearly empty page. I fill the remaining space with other faces, just to practice.