This is from a photo I took of my son rolling around and playing one day. I liked the angles of the shot and thought it would be good to try for practice.
Breaking the mold here of human-only subjects. A little watercolor of one on my daughter’s favorite animals, from a figure she has. She wanted me to do this one for her friend back in the states.
A quick 15-min drawing of a hand from quick poses using pencil and a Uniball Eye Micro pen.
My son has been really into break dancing and dancing in general. Thought I would do a sketch of one of his moves. This would be a hard pose to hold live!
This one was a portrait not of my team mate but of an unsuspecting meeting attendee.
Definitely stylised figure drawing but good practice with portraits can be had on a zoom call. This was done with Derwent water pens and a travel Inktense water color set.
Back on it on Halloween for a non-scary sketch of a hand and arm. I like this one for showing the connection and twist of the wrist.
Here is where I was drawing:
I’m liking the combination of figures. Not sure if it’s helping yet with my figure drawing overall, but all practice is good practice in my opinion.
Gotcha! A little combined wooden mannequin still life. More of these hopefully to come.