Figure Painting: Session 2, Starting Block-in

I’m starting the block-in on this figure painting now and something tells me that it is going to go much faster than the previous paintings.

I’m thinking because I have a more concrete way of starting now, a clear direction, that this painting should go much smoother. I’m sure that the block-in is going to go well, for some reason, I can see the value transition better with this pose.

Figure Painting: Session 2, Starting Block-in, charcoal drawing
Charcoal drawing before paint
Figure Painting: Session 2, Starting Block-in, setup
Setup

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