Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, RBG for short, was an amazing woman. She was strong, intelligent and fought tirelessly for for gender equality. A perfect addition to our Fandom Fitness heroes.

“She changed the way the world is for American women. For more than a decade, until her first judicial appointment in 1980, she led the fight in the courts for gender equality. When she began her legal crusade, women were treated, by law, differently from men. Hundreds of state and federal laws restricted what women could do, barring them from jobs, rights and even from jury service. By the time she donned judicial robes, however, Ginsburg had worked a revolution.”

Sessions

Daily Art #2917

Today I’ve finished my Ruth Bader Ginsburg drawing.

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Daily Art #2916

I’m going to continue with this drawing and not start over. My brush technique worked.

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Daily Art #2915

I’m very close to starting this drawing over. But I’ll give it a day more.

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Daily Art #2914

I spent my session today on the floor grinding all kinds of charcoal into this paper throwing caution to the wind.

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Daily Art #2913

The biggest issue with making the head of a portrait too small in a drawing.

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Daily Art #2912

A very short drawing day today. Life presented all kinds of other opportunities today.

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Daily Art #2911

Super quick post today. Not much to talk about just consistently showing up however I can.

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Daily Art #2910

Today was the same as yesterday. I’m working slowly with the most important part of the drawing.

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Daily Art #2909

One eye at a time, moving slowly. Working on the details using line.

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Daily Art #2908

A charcoal wash to obliterate all of my drawing and to focus on form rather than line.

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Daily Art #2907

The second day on my Ruth Bader Ginsburg drawing and it’s moving along very fast.

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Daily Art #2906

The next hero for the Fandom Fitness drawings is Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Details

  • Work: 1756
  • Size: 12" x 14.5"
  • Medium: Graphite and Charcoal on Paper
  • Sessions: 12
  • Start date: 1/9/2021
  • End date: 1/20/2021