Sunday, July 12, 2015

5th entry for July 5, 2015

Following their long break, the second half was this long pose, for roughly 2 hours. At the time I was thinking that it was a sort of complement to Victoria's long pose.
I like foreshortening, but in finagling Phlip's forms to the size and place I wanted it to be sitting on the page, I over-estimated the size of his head, and slightly underestimated the forward hand's size. it can still do with a bit of adjusting, but I like it more than I dislike it, which is good.
This is done with a chinese ink wash layer over a graphite underdrawing, with oil-based pencil drawing on top.

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