Today was the second session at Gage Academy life drawing for the month of August. The drawing went really well and this time I got there early so I could warmup. Unfortunately I was an hour and a half early.
The good news is that I was so early that I could make up for lost time yesterday. So I took a seat in front of a skeleton and began drawing in ink.
I still had more time so I drew the view from the Gage third floor window.
Two poses in the same place and the second one is always better. Maybe I should do a bunch of drawings all from the same view next time and see how much I learn from it.
The second one from this view is drawn much better, at least the face is, but I didn’t get as far. I just now realized while looking at the picture of this drawing that her arm is much too short. Funny how the realization comes much later…
2 thoughts on “Life Drawing Gage Academy”
Haha, didn’t realize you arrived at Gage that early! Well, at least you got more art in!
Well, I like getting there early, not that early, but I don’t like being late or on time. I like to have some time to warmup and get my head in order before drawing. I do my best drawing when my head is in the right place.