Sunday, 2 August 2015

Life Drawing July 2015

It's been about 15 months since my last post, but it's also been nearly 13 months since I last life drawed!

I love life drawing and can't remember why I stopped going, probably fitting lots of things into my life at once maybe. Anyway, I went along last Thursday (30th July) and had a smashing time! Now they are on a 3 week break so will have to pick it back up later on in August.

Here are the fruits of last Thursday's labour....enjoy!

Before coffee break...





After coffee break...

Did this one while waiting for the last 30 min pose to start.


 

After the painting in my Moleskine watercolour sketchbook, I decided to grab my small sketchbook and sit round the back to do a different viewpoint.

Sunday, 9 March 2014

People Watching 2

At Wells-Next-The-Sea, North Norfolk coast this afternoon enjoying the Sun, some food, the 20-ish degrees centigrade and doing some sketching:


Saturday, 8 March 2014

People Watching


Out and about drawing patrons of John Lewis café, Norwich.

Friday, 7 February 2014

Life Drawing 2014 part2

I seem to be uploading these 2 weeks worth at a time, but oh well! Hopefully, next time I will upload the day I do them...!

Here is the work from:

Thursday 30 Jan 2014







Thursday 06 Feb 2014









Sunday, 26 January 2014

New Year...New Life Drawing

So not posted for a while and I stopped doing life drawing from a few weeks as I was busy with work and comics stuff.

Now we are getting into 2014, I started back two weeks ago...so here is the current collection of drawings from the last 2 life drawing sessions.

Enjoy!

Thursday 16 January 2014











Thursday 23 January 2014








Thursday, 26 September 2013

Life Drawing...week 4

Tonight at life drawing saw a bit of a return to form...I found the model last week difficult to draw, and this is probably because he was a young, toned guy with lots of details in the muscle structure and tonal values when the light hit him. I tend to find the more curvaceous the figure, the easier it is to draw...anyway, all good stuff at the end of the day! Check out today's results below!


About 40 mins...the final piece of the evening.


About 23 minutes...my weekly inked trial using the Pentel brush pen. 

 

Left and centre, 3 minute warm-up sketches and far right, a 15 minute study (there is also a third 3 minute warm-up sketch on the far right image but I didn't like that one so much!).