Life Drawing 3: 150515. Deborah & the British Museum

An hour of intense concentration ended up with something powerful,
but not a subtle as  what was infront of me.

Deborah reclining

Three ten minute poses. The middle image used the looping method of drawing in a series of ovals. The ones either side were constructed out of boxes.

Deborah walking kneeling and resting

Mr Skellington and the model. 10 minutes.
Made with a sponge and a conté pastel tied to a paintbrush.

Deborah standing next to Mr Skellington

The next three images were made in the defining the body exhibition at the British Museum. My notebook is around A6.

I needed a sit down, so looking up, I drew the nearest Venus.

British Museum Venus from below

This head was larger than life. Dramatic lighting.

Britsh Museum sketch head of a goddes

 

Aphrodite. A great pose.

Britsh Museum Aphrodite crouching at her bath sketch

About Trevor Mill

This is my work. Art & Design. The fruits of my labour. Commissions / projects welcome.
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