Miss Led Art Book – Figure Drawing – Finishing this month

With the completion of a 50 faces portrait project with Laurence King and my Portrait Drawing with Quarto now complete, I’m working hard to complete the final publishing project – Figure Drawing – with Quarto Publishers.

It’s been an intensely busy 10 months, thanks for sticking with me.

Teaser – For one section of the book I’m practising quick street sketching and feeling a rekindled love for brush pens & continuous line exercises.  It’s been great to go “back to school” – to remember all the super quick and fun exercises I’ve learnt over the years of drawing and painting –  to be able to pull them all together in two nifty pocket size guides for you.

More information coming soon – AND keep a look out – Book one, Portrait Drawing – The cover reveal is on it’s WAY!

Here’s a street drawing progression from the Figure Drawing book, the second in the series to be released this Summer

Using continuous line on cartridge paper. Trying my best not to take my pencil off the paper.

Using a light box and Xerox paper I’ve drawing inks lines on top of the original quick sketch refining and introducing further lines and shading.  This is then scanned as a gray scale image.

I wanted to introduce a spot of colour to give a sense of distance within the environment – here using Liquitex acrylic inks and lots of water using a Derwent water pen.  This was scanned as a colour image, so you can see the green ink trace that was in the black before changing the pigments.

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