Tag Archives: Zoom

Restless

The Zoom model today sat in her chair in a restless sort of way. Her arms and hands were relaxed but her shoulders were tense as though she were thinking through a to-do list. I accentuated her uneven shoulders to … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Stool

Our Zoom model tonight was a pleasure to sketch. His poses were out of the norm and lent themselves to distortion. In this case, he leaned forward on his hands, keeping his long arms straight while he tucked his even … Continue reading

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By the Window

The Zoom model tonight had a reflective air about him and I tried to catch his expression in this sketch. I also liked the simple shapes of his face and worked to show those too.

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Zoom Model in a Chair

Something I am beginning to appreciate about Zoom is the visual distortion made by the camera’s placement. Usually, the part of the body farthest from the eye appears smaller than the closest parts, but with Zoom, it seems to be … Continue reading

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On a Zoom Evening

I drew on Zoom with my cousin’s group in Fresno again. The model was lovely and had an upright air about her. When it came time to finish the sketch, I looked outside to my garden wall and fitted it … Continue reading

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Zoom Sketching

I was late meeting my cousin on Zoom to sketch with her group in Fresno. In the 10 minutes I had with them, I did the contour drawing above, and then spent the evening doing small gouache sketches.

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Zoom Sketches

A habit I developed during my school and working years is drawing the people around me whenever I am in a listening situation. I had a positive attitude about lectures and meetings because they gave me a chance to sketch … Continue reading

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