A3: Charoal and wash on paper

I’ve never focused on just the the head before but this time I found it interesting to do that, and I like how it turned out, even though there’s very little detail, so it isn’t really a portrait, but I think it does capture something of the character and elegance of this particular model.

Portraiture is another discipline entirely, and one I’d certainly like to explore and develop…


2 thoughts on “Head

  1. Oooh! I love this Dee! I love the broader strokes (big wide brush? Not sure) and the definition with charcoal. Very inspiring! Just got back from a little life drawing class with Frank (well, sketchbooks in a cafe – bliss!). He loves your work, too – did I mention that? Can’t remember. Looking forward so much to seeing you at Meriel’s! Catherine xxx

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