Tagged: charcoal

Charcoal Drawing: Long Time, No Post…

Hey everyone! First off, let me apologize for not being more consistent with posting figure drawings here. I haven’t been as consistent with attending sessions lately, and I feel it. These were done within the last 4 months. I tried to post them in order of time they were drawn. Some of these are available […]

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Figure Drawings: Changing Locations

This title has a double-meaning. Not only has the Sebastopol figure drawing session moved down the road, but I have moved my store from Zatista to Lish. They’ve made some changes to their policy which I found unacceptable. There are some advantages to having your work on Zatista, but they are not worth the steep […]

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Demos And Accolades

This week I did a short talk and demo on gesture drawing. Marcy Silveira from The Art Workshops of Western Sonoma County(http://awsomeart.org/) approached me and asked me what I wanted to do. After a bit of back and forth, I decided that gesture drawing was what I wanted to demonstrate for a such a limited […]

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Charcoal Drawing: A Logical Method (Video Included)

I am often asked how I am able to get so much done so quickly when I draw and paint. I have a simple formula for “speed” in terms of working from life. Speed = Accuracy + Efficiency Accuracy is something you train to achieve by drawing, and specifically by doing exercises that train your […]

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Months of Life Drawing

I haven’t posted any life drawings in a while, so I thought I’d dump out a bunch here today. This model had a parrot with her, which was much more interesting to draw than she was. If you want to see all 26 of the new drawings, you can follow the link to my album […]

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