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After a while one could see the delicacy of the bones at every joint. Plump models often have very delicate bones. Backgrounds are always abstract for me I usually prefer a wall even if it is not a real one. The last thing I want to draw is someone else drawing.
I might put in low slanting sunbeams... its a device I have used before. It gives the model something to be looking at and a subliminal hint of passing time and a moment of that time captured.
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London life-drawing, near Central London, Camden, Hampstead, Belsize Park, Kentish Town, Bloomsbury, Euston, King's Cross.
Thursdays 7pm - 9.30pm £7/£5
Very friendly group, run by a professional artist for over four years.
Life-drawing for all levels, from complete beginners to professionals.
Tuition for those who would like it - please just ask! Otherwise untutored.
Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided in the break.
Easy, free parking from 6pm.
10 minutes walk from Chalk Farm or Camden tube stations.
We often go to the nearby pub afterwards to have a drink, chat & look at drawings.
Please bring your own drawing materials and paper/pads.We have boards, easels, tables, chairs. Large sheets of cartridge paper are for sale. We do a mixture of long and short poses.
Hope to see you soon!
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