“Paint quick and don’t overwork it” (note to self)

There is inspiration everywhere you look at the beach – the sand, sea, and sky. Lately I’ve been noticing the endless supply of figures – in all shapes and sizes. Occasionally I’ll pull out a small sketchbook, but usually I take photos to draw later. The female lifeguard caught my eye, because that was meContinue reading ““Paint quick and don’t overwork it” (note to self)”

Figure Drawing – update on my Summer project

I keep a sketchbook in my beach bag and try to pull it out while we are at the beach. I wish people would stop moving! – lol. Last week I realized I’d forgotten a pencil. So, I snapped a couple of photos of people by the shore. When I got home I sketched them. They were easier toContinue reading “Figure Drawing – update on my Summer project”

Figure Drawing – the inside of the body

I know, you’re probably laughing at my picture right now, but I thought sketching the inside of the body would be a helpful exercise. I started with a skeleton sketch, then laid tracing paper over it and sketched in some of the muscles. I’m hoping this will help me next time I sketch a figure. Currently,Continue reading “Figure Drawing – the inside of the body”

Figure Drawing – My Summer Project

I realized the other day that even though there are a couple of weeks left til the kids are out of school – I only have 3 days of quiet “me” time left! Ahhhh! I’ve been doing so well since I made my creative resolution. I can’t let it fall apart now. 🙂 With thisContinue reading “Figure Drawing – My Summer Project”