|Water colour from the front, with water soluble crayon drawn into the still- wet paint. I was experimenting with the colours of light on dark olive toned.skin.|
|Pencil from around her feet. I was thinking in terms of sharp angles here, even on the wavy hair.|
|Chalk on grey paper from the front. I was intrigued by the convoluted drapery beneath her.|
|Pencil from the back (the model has a tiger tattoo on her rear end.)I like the economic lines which say such a lot. You can follow my change of mind as I redraw the arm and the buttocks.|
Drawn recently here are four pictures of the same model all in the same kind of pose.
PS. Don't forget to look at my husband, Nick.s poem a week blog njeanius.blogspot.co.uk. Currently it features poems about the first world war to coincide with the publication as ebooks of Nick's father's books about the first world war.
My brother Robert (Bob) Huxtable has just put up a video about how he detoxed Paddy from heroin. Here's the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGG_PjbkFU4