Friday, May 20, 2011

Another Charcoal for May

Charcoal on Paper

This is the second charcoal I'm posting this month.
I think there is something (hopefully at least one thing) in each drawing that I fall in love with, in this drawing it's the fabric wrapped around her hips - I love the folds in the fabric and the way the light captures the folds. (For the full picture you'll have to pop over to my figure's blog - HERE.)

At tea time someone said (about my drawing) - "She looks cross."
The model, overhearing the comment, looked at my drawing and said; "No I don't, I look pretty!"
Gog bless her.

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Sunday, May 15, 2011

May's Charcoal

Seated Nude - Charcoal on Paper by Cape Town artist Stephen ScottMay's Charcoal
Seated Nude - Charcoal on Paper

I have a massive feeling of accomplishment with this drawing.
Why? Because the model loved it to the point of wanting to buy it!

And I love the light on the hair falling down in front of her face.

you can see the full picture at my figures blog - HERE

Saturday, March 19, 2011

February's Nude

February's Nude
Charcoal on paper

See the full picture at my figure study blog - here

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Kalk Bay - Man in a white shirt

Kalk Bay - Man in white Shirt
Oil on Board
15 cm x 20 cm

Kalk Bay is a quint little harbor in False Bay, Cape Town. The harbor wall is a popular walk way for tourists and locals, this man is probably a local acting like a tourist.

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