Exercise 1 Sketchbook of townscape drawings
I chose this building because of the interesting curve in combination with the glass and concrete look. Quite typical for this area near the Barbican. The light was coming from behind in the early morning, with the building opposite throwing a shadow on it.The horizon was below the image bottom, which I felt emphasised looking up and size. For a taller building I’d need a touch of vertical foreshortening. Continue reading “Project 5: Townscapes”
Exercise 1: Parallel Perspective
This might seem an odd view to select, but the set of angles and lines created by the view was interesting, and using the sad step as the rectangular item just seemed to fit the theme. Continue reading “Project 4: Perspective”
On consideration of my feedback from my tutor I’m trying a new format for this blog. I’m going to be starting to write each project up in a single post. I will add to the post as I do the drawings for the project, which I’m hoping will make the intention of the drawing process clearer.
Ex 1: Approaching a single tree
Making a start
I started by experiments in my sketchbook. Continue reading “Project 1: Trees”
I’ve found another source of life drawing to try. This is in Canterbury and centred around Meet-up. The session was of a fairly normal structure, but I was somewhat happier with the results.
First a set of 1 minute poses to warm up:
Continue reading “Life Drawing Meetup”
The next of my Life Drawing sessions. We started with a blind contour drawing
Continue reading “Life Drawing 4/9”