Monday, 5 April 2010
Michael Caine upside down
I admit I had a particular idea with this exercise. As I said in the mail, the exercise is from "Drawing with the right sight of the brain". The idea is that when you turn your motive upside down, you think less of what the motive is and focus more on drawing what you see. When I made this exercise last year, I found that all my drawings became crooked, like this and this. I was kind of curious to see if you would do something similar or if you would find that you draw in another way than usual.
It turned out for me that I don't make the figures so crooked anymore. Guess it is the hard classes at Ruskins that are paying off.
I made another one where I also drew in continuous line.