My second favorite class of the week at Gage Academy. The model was late today, but that was fine, I was early and a skeleton was there.
No model yet, but here is a skeleton and a nice light. I spent about 30 minutes on this drawing, the detail that is necessary to describe a skeleton correctly is daunting.
Here is the classroom setup with the skeleton and light. Later the model will be on the stand on the right.
20 minutes. I like this one a lot, I got lucky with her face and I think I actually captured a likeness.
20 minute pose again, but for this one I was trying to go as quick and loose as I could. I wanted accuracy, and the whole figure. I was trying to challenge myself.
10 minutes, just a bit of fun at the end.