I started with the shoes, as usual. Without looking at the paper, I moved my pen in concert with my eye: up one leg, a left at the trouser cuff, up some more, a twist and down the crossed leg to the other shoe. Everything was fine until the relaxed man suddenly hunched over and […]
I was witness to a backgammon tournament of sorts.
This is the completed sketch from yesterday:
This is an exercise in blind drawing. I began on the left, and drew the first profile. The middle person, facing away from me, was easy to draw. I took a risk with the third profile, attempting to portray the mouth and chin (unlike the first figure). Each of the three portraits has a different […]
I don’t think there were broken bones, she was just resting.
Since the result of my blind drawing is a bit cartoonish, I added more realistic thumbnail portraits.
Even though I drew this group without looking at the paper, the resulting figures lined up nicely on the page.
Therapists are very caring people.
This was promising to be a good sketch, and the woman just got up and left!