I couldn’t hear this conversation. I did like the gestures.
This sketch shows a relationship between the two people portrayed. It shows their attention to an object of common interest.
This man had on trousers with stripes on them. He has adopted a position that indicates he is ready to leap up and spring into action.
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 […]
The gesture of the woman on the right says a lot.
These two sketches are very different even though I did them in very close succession. I drew the man with the folded arms as a study in gesture, omitting details. I devoted the other page of this spread to a young woman who was very pretty. I carefully rendered all the details of her face, […]
The middle fellow is questioning a point made by the young lady. He does this surreptitiously to his friend as the woman looks away. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
I like this one as is: ambiguous, with no internal face parts. The man’s posture is relaxed. However he could be impatiently looking at his watch, waiting for someone.