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Life Drawing from June/July

I discovered that I forgot to post these drawings that I did at the SASA life drawing sessions over our Winter holidays.  I truly love life drawing and only wish there was a way to get this much needed practice at a more reasonable cost.



Comments

Dianne said…
Very sensitive drawings, Carol! Lovely work!
Carol said…
Thank you so much Di, I love doing life ddrawing. Puts me on a high!
Art with Liz said…
You did great work on these Carol! I agree, we need more life drawing.
Carol said…
Thanks Liz. I havent seen any of your drawings posted? If I don't go plein air painting on Tuesday I think I am going to make the effort and try to go to Kork Bay.
Anonymous said…
I loved life drawing but have had to make a break from it because it is expensive and was quite an hours drive away - petrol is so expensive here. Anyway, thought I would do more at home drawing nature around me.

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