Saturday, 1 August 2009

A Model Sister




I wrote in my previous post about drawing my sister.

Since then I've had the chance to spend another session with her.

She makes a great model, and was prepared to take up poses which were interesting for me.

Unfortunately such poses are usually the most difficult and uncomfortable for the model.

For example, a slight twist in the torso - or a shift of weight to one side - can cause cramps and aches in a very short time indeed.

So, for Polly, these poses must have felt like they went on for a long time - whereas I was working with a sense of sympathy and urgency.

I'm really pleased with them and hope to do more, including some charcoal studies, and possibly some ink and watercolour.

1 comment:

Chris Rudge Renewable Power said...

again, your use of vivid colour brings the whole work to life!