Taking a break from posting my blind drawings. Here is a cartoonish representation of two people chatting, one apparently wearing a down jacket, the other in a sweater.
This is a better color experiment than yesterday’s. I also made use of the trough between the two sketchbook pages. I made it correspond with the part of the gentleman’s hair.
What attracts me about certain subjects is posture and gesture. Gesture typically involves a person’s limbs. This person’s pose transmits a feeling of relaxation, even though he is asymmetrical..
This young girl has a lot of support. Fortunately, they were consumed in the details of her study and did not notice me sketching away. I’m proud of this drawing both for its composition (in which one can see an interaction among the subjects), and its execution. The book on the chair and the backpack […]
Sometimes clothing is easier to draw than a face. In this sketch, I got the general idea of a face (it somewhat resembles the model), but the most important visual elements are the clothes and the woman’s gesture. The gesture makes this drawing interesting.
There is a hint of stress in this young man’s posture. His hunched posture certainly conveys this impression. However, he left hand shows more than a suggestion of the jitters.
Sketching people in the waiting room is a crap shoot. One never knows when the subject will be called into the inner sanctum. Therefore one must draw the essential elements as quickly as possible, for example, the angle of the elbow; tilt of the head; the distribution of weight and so on.Static details such as […]
In all fairness, the young lady in question was rather far away when I sketched her. So the difficulty of her face was my issue. At such a distance it was tough to pencil in the barely discernible shapes that made up her face. I like the rest of the drawing, which captures the subject’s […]
Only part of me was in shade when I drew this little scene. I had to cover my sketching hand with a napkin to avoid getting sun burned. We were lucky to have an umbrella. Some of the tables didn’t have them. I enjoyed sketching the figures at the remote tables. The trick to drawing […]
I love the dynamic between these two people. The man has something to say and the woman is listening. One can see this by each person’s posture: the man leans forward and the woman leans back. Her legs seem to be crossed, even though only one leg is showing.