Life painting 8. Lady on cardboard.

In a rush the paper was left behind. On the way some cardboard was spied, sniffed, found to be clean and carried to The Mary Ward Centre.
As hoped the texture was interesting for a bit and the buff colour worked well as a base.
Good quality materials are not needed for good work, some of the best life drawing I’ve seen was made on newspaper (yes, you Steven Williams).
In Cass Arts I spied a bargin and now have 48 different acrylic colours to choose from, probably 38 too many…

The work itself was a slightly frantic feel, could have been due to the heat.

Lady on cardboard white yellow and blueLady seated on cardboard

All the work was made on the same piece of cardboard making it a life drawing box.

Some 15 minute poses. The red paint was put on by me and the 6 year old at the weekend. Fun.

About Trevor Mill

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