I’m beginning to like this life drawing session on Whidbey island more and more, even though the pose timing is unorganized. It’s nice to be in a place where the other artists are willing to converse with you again. Unfortunately I’ve gotten used to keeping to myself after the last 10 months of life drawing in Portland, so it’s taking me a bit to open up.
The model Mickey was great today, the poses were simple yet challenging and the lighting was well done.
On all these poses I wished I had more time.
The position of her head on this pose was very challenging and even though I had 40 minutes in this single pose to work on it, I got too detail from the beginning and ended up not finishing much of the figure.
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I’m glad the group is growing on you. Is it too early to perhaps ask one of them if they’d like to go on a plein air expedition?