Tag Archives: Drawing

Why copy?

To copy a master is a learning experience and each time you add something new to your skillset. Jean-Baptiste Greuze made the original study drawing that I copied.

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Élisabeth-Louise Vigée-Le Brun

  The good old faithful pencil. It has it all; you can carry it with you always, not messy(like charcoal), and ease of handling(smudging and erasing). This was a copy of Vigée leBrun that I made with pencil. The original … Continue reading

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Charcoal Sargent

I have tried a few different mediums this year but I must say charcoal is a special one. It has this wonderful capacity of giving you quick results both with putting down mass and line. Another aspect is the edges that so … Continue reading

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Attitude when looking

What state of mind are you in? This glass can be half full or half empty. But it is neither. It is a slightly crooked shape with ellipses that are not looking right. That is a different state of mind – a drawing state of mind.

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