The Dahlia Sessions – part III

This is the last installment from last week’s figure session.

These watercolor sketches were actually the first ones completed.  Each was a three-minute pose.  Each one showcases some successful parts and some clunky bits, as well.  The purpose of these exercises is the practice, not the product.

Quick sketches like these are a great way to hone your eye – and its ability to coordinate with the hand.  They also function as a simple warm-up for the main event.

And they’re fun to do.  Let’s not forget that….

 

Dahlia - nude I - reduced

Dahlia - nude II - reduced

Dahlia - nude III - reduced

Dahlia - nude IV - reduced

 

This entry was published on May 16, 2013 at 11:51 pm and is filed under Bold Color, Drawings, Figures, Style, The Artistic Process, Watercolors. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “The Dahlia Sessions – part III

  1. Well done. It seems great fun, I’ll try to do that.! 😉

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