Posted on Mar 11, 2014 in Vancouver | 0 comments

Dr. Sketchy Vancouver, February 2, 2014

This was another great model, except the noisy soundtrack of some kind of Pulp Fiction type movie drove me crazy.

While I was focusing on getting her body drawn correctly, the chair back turned out weird. Drawing is like one big, vague puzzle. When you’re done, you hope it all fits properly, but it often doesn’t. It seems that you have to keep an eye on everything at once. That’s why quick gesture and proportion drawings are good. I could also try using a pencil first, but I don’t want to give myself the option of being tentative. With a pencil and an eraser, I would allow myself way too many “undos”. Question your drawing less = draw more.

My favourite part of this sketch are her hands.

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