Life drawing 3. Rhythm and colour

Here’s a compilation of paintings from the session, quickly photoshopped.
Using up the orange Farrow and Ball tester pot, a colour named Charlotte’s Locks.
Each separate figure took around 15mins.g-5-times-comp

This my well be worked on. As usual the thought was to energise the reclining pose, transforming it from slumber to a broiling seascape.
I’ve taken reference photography on the material not the model: that would not be the done thing.g-reclining-in-material

A quick seated pose with ribbon, which helps show the lateral forms.
Notice the time of night. 15 mins.
g-sitting-with-ribbon

A close up of the portrait.
This has since been worked on and is now in a little exhibition at a local café. 15 mins.
g-with-ribbon-portrait

Mr Skellington on a ground of aluminium primer. Made before the class started. 20mins.

mr-skelton-on-grey-paint

About Trevor Mill

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