Lady’s Back

I had learnt a lot whilst taking my Life Drawing class and wanted to extend my learning in my spare time. After class I would experiment with papers and textures of which I wouldn’t whilst I was there and to also try and help develop my discovery for my own style.

This is done on plastic sheets with a coloured tint and a black, thin marker pen.

These 2 sheets are layered on top of one and other the incorporate the outline and shadows from the mark making. I enjoy these pieces both apart and together as it shows simplicity but also detail; I also found that I very much enjoyed working with marker and felt tips as a result of this piece.img_1914

Life Drawing~September 2015

This was my first term in Life Drawing- Septemeber 2015. It was something┬ácompletely different to anything I’ve taken part in and experienced before; I thoroughly enjoyed discovering skills in materials, poses, the human form, dimensions and how to measure/scale bodies on my page.

These are a few of many pieces I created whilst attending this class, these are the ones I’m most proud of whether it due to the outcome of the piece or what I learnt during the journey of creating it.

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Mix of materials with pencil and felt pen

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Capturing time and direction with a set of poses

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Listened to jumpy, exited music whilst creating this piece

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Capturing the movement of sound and how this effects the style of pen lines

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Focusing on dimentions

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Using charcoal