In an effort to continue my study of drawing I had some fun working on figure studies. Using waterproof micron pens I created an interactive pose using the wooden figure my teacher lent to me. Using cross-hatching as a method to interpret contour and shading is fun and allows me to keep the light. The drawing is on newsprint.
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