I’ve been going through my old artworks from college and I ran into this series of sketches I did that I felt like I should resuscitate. It was a series of drawings I did for a figure drawing class. I did a series of sketches in which I concentrated on sketching the artists instead of the nude model in front of the class. My professor at the time, I think it was Professor Jesper, thought it was a great idea and encouraged me to deviate from the assignments at hand. The series didn’t last very long, but I ended up with a few interesting compositions. One of these sketches became the basis for my weekend’s speed paint;
I had a grand time working on “Art Class 01” this weekend. It took me much longer to work on it than I expected, but I really love the end result. I especially love all the reds and magentas I used throughout the painting. I hardly ever do analogous color schemes, so it was cool I got to do this color motif for this painting.
As for the rest of my work this week, it was ok. “Mage Policewoman” seems like an interesting character study. Hopefully, I could remember this sketch sometime in the future as a possible exploratory artwork. “Wall of Drawers” also has the possibility of being a good subject for an interesting composition… though my particular execution of this prompt from this week isn’t all the best. It also wasn’t what I originally saw in my head, so I thought it was interesting that I deviated from my original idea when I was sketching it.
Anyways… that is all for me this week folks. Sayonara!daily spit paint daily spit paint group sketchbook sketchbook sunday sketchbook update sketches speed paint speed painting speed paints Sketchbook Update
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