For last week’s homework assignment our teacher asked us to choose photos from sports magazines and the internet and to draw the compression and stretch folds in people’s clothing. Here’s what I have:
I attended the BAWIFM Mentoring Event co-hosted by the Women’s Film Institute yesterday. It kicked off this year’s 8th Annual San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival, an event I have been volunteering for since February. I’m looking forward to the films and enjoyed hearing the panelists. They discussed what it’s like financing and creating their…
Here are the people I drew at the Millbrae Library for my Figurative Concepts class. I am amazed that only one person realized I was drawing them. People do not pay attention. Good news for sketch artists like myself.
Here is my portrait of the model from Figurative Concepts class: And here is my wild self-portrait:
A great model came to class on Friday and wore a fantastic hat. Here she is. And this is my 400th post. Exciting!
I am quite proud of this portrait. Of me!
This is the first head I drew in Figurative Concepts class. The paper got smashed on the BART, but you get the gist of what’s going on here. And here’s a close-up:
Ears, eyes, noses and mouths, oh my! My favorite ear: