Had a fantastic model on Monday who wore very cool clothes. Here she is:
The title says it all. Below are studies. Of feet.
Today I attended the 36th Annual SketchCrawl. We started at the rocket ship next to the Ferry building, and then myself, my friends from school and some cool folks we met from Santa Barbara went to Fishermen’s Wharf, North Beach, and then stopped at Yerba Buena Gardens. Great sketch time had by all. Looking forward to next year’s crawl.
The Illustration department brought in the lovely baby Selah today to pose for us. She was awesomely wiggly and held her own for two and a half hours before melt down. Babies need their sleep, you know. An excellent event and good time had by all, including Selah, who enjoyed the attention.
I love the animals at the SF Zoo. It was freezing today but that did not stop the animals from moving about.
It’s always a good time to draw hands. Below are some hands I drew from looking at art from “The Iron Giant” and “The Sword in the Stone” along with drawings of my own hand.
Seraphina is one of the best models at our school, hands down. I love her poses and costumes. Here are the drawings I did of her for my midpoint on Monday. Enjoy.
Yesterday I went to Union Square with my clothed figure class and had a grand time let me tell you. Here are the drawings that came out of Thursday’s session.
We talked about Jesus meeting with the Samaritan woman yesterday (John 4). Drew the members of bible study as they pontificated the meaning of the passage.
Hey everybody here is version 2 of my pitch for the Animation Club’s fall interstitial. Now with better, crisper artwork. Enjoy.