I’ve been silent for a month, forgive me. I’m not sure if I’m asking for forgiveness from you or from myself for neglecting to update.
I’ve been taking a class at Stanford on portrait drawing with John Peck and I have come to enjoy it more than I thought I would. Before I had never invested any time in portraits out of fear. I took this class because of that fear, and while there is still much to improve on I have pleasantly surprised myself.
I’m using Canson Mi-Tientes toned paper and Nitram charcoal.
…and the most recent session. I neglected to take a picture of the 4th, so here is the 5th:
However, I have been putting minimal effort towards my homework, either out of travel out of town, laziness, or exhaustion. My teacher appropriately called me out on it and I will work harder.
It is fun to see the progression from the first class onward. Looking forward to a new model this week.
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You’re very talented!
Thank you! Being able to have the time to plan and focus helps. I’ll be taking a figure drawing class this next quarter with the same instructor.
That sounds really awesome! I hope that you share your works. I look forward to seeing more.