Life drawing: PB

The Queen of Sheba on her throne. Acrylic and compressed charcoal on prepared paper.
As yet unfinished. Around an hour.
The amount of brush marks and colours give this work a lot of depth. Again there is some conscious distortion to give the feeling you are near to the subject.
PB painted with a fan brush. Acrylic on sugar paper. 15 minutes.
The fan brush makes a good visual ‘noise’ and has a range of marks that can be made from it, from rough stumbles to thin straight lines.

Other 15 minute painted sketches and details.

About Trevor Mill

This is my work. Art & Design. The fruits of my labour. Commissions / projects welcome.
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1 Response to Life drawing: PB

  1. Jeff Gold says:

    Very painterly. There’s a great deal of energy in these and deliberate brushwork. Strong images, as usual.

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