A Return to the Life Class.

I’ve been lucky of late to have returned to drawing in Life Class (about time).

Its a fundamental part of the art student’s early tuition, mostly because it teaches the eye as much as it trains the hand.

Below are a series of drawings done at the new evening life class for staff and students at The Hull School of Art & Design.

07/10/14

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…and a warm up sketch while waiting for the session to start, trying to get my eye in.

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15/10/14

I managed to squeeze just the one drawing in the following week before having to disappear.

 

 

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22/10/14

It was similar the following week…

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19/11/14

…and following a bit of a break, I was able to stay for the full session last night…

Starting with a few 5min warm ups.

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Then a couple of 25min longer poses…

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…I had a little bit of time to address the foot I’d missed off the page in the top right.

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…and then this 1hr pose, probably the best job I’ve done since getting back to it.

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What with that, and Alan Clough and the Something Entirely Different crew setting up informal, clothed life sessions during their Art & Beer nights at Fruit, there is now a wealth of opportunity to get back into this exceptional form of observational drawing.

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…this last pose (below) was probably my fave of the Art & Beer night.

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…while these were done of the visiting crowd at the event as a warm up before heading into the session.

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Draw, draw, and draw some more…
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~ by hesir on November 21, 2014.

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