Reductive drawing and tone – Life drawing: 2

The second part of my article on drawing the nude is now available in the March issue of the Artist magazine. Reductive drawing and tone discusses how this technique may be used when drawing from both the figure, and the sculptured nude.

Reductive drawing of 'standing nude' drawn in the V&A

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One Response to Reductive drawing and tone – Life drawing: 2

  1. David Woodall says:

    That looks great Adele, I really enjoyed reading your still life book and found it very helpful, I hope you do a similar one for life painting, I’m painting some daffodils at the moment but can’t get in the studio every day and when I skip a day and go back in I pray they haven’t begun to wilt.
    Going to see the Grayson Perry exhibition tomorrow so hope they last until Saturday.
    Worth the risk though.

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