Posts Tagged: Anatomy

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What Next?

One of the reasons I’m having so much fun with Inktober is because I’m not only improving my drawing skills but also stretching my creative muscles a bit. It all started when I saw a list of Inktober prompts a

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What Next?

One of the reasons I’m having so much fun with Inktober is because I’m not only improving my drawing skills but also stretching my creative muscles a bit. It all started when I saw a list of Inktober prompts a

Go Figure!

When I was first introduced to gesture drawing last year, it made no sense to me at all. What could possibly be gained from quickly scribbling down lines that only remotely resembled a human being?

Go Figure!

When I was first introduced to gesture drawing last year, it made no sense to me at all. What could possibly be gained from quickly scribbling down lines that only remotely resembled a human being?

You Asked for It

Since I’m studying art anatomy, of course the topic of skulls has come up in conversation. Sorry to say, I haven’t gotten around to drawing any skulls recently. I’m still working on arm bones, you know. That’s not to say

You Asked for It

Since I’m studying art anatomy, of course the topic of skulls has come up in conversation. Sorry to say, I haven’t gotten around to drawing any skulls recently. I’m still working on arm bones, you know. That’s not to say

Nothing “Humerus” About It

I’ll keep this post short and simple. I may not be too bright in some things, but I’m smart enough to know that most people find anatomy about as exciting as watching grass grow, and far less colorful. So I

Nothing “Humerus” About It

I’ll keep this post short and simple. I may not be too bright in some things, but I’m smart enough to know that most people find anatomy about as exciting as watching grass grow, and far less colorful. So I

Lend Me Your Ears!

We all learned that line from Julius Caesar, didn’t we? I happen to be very fond of Shakespeare, especially his tragedies. I enjoyed memorizing Mark Antony’s funeral oration when I was in school.   Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears;

Lend Me Your Ears!

We all learned that line from Julius Caesar, didn’t we? I happen to be very fond of Shakespeare, especially his tragedies. I enjoyed memorizing Mark Antony’s funeral oration when I was in school.   Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears;

If I Start Drawing Naked Men…

I’ve already told my husband not to worry if he finds drawings of naked men. I’d noticed that odd look on his face, you see, when he came across the sketch I’d made of a partially-nude male model. This was my first

If I Start Drawing Naked Men…

I’ve already told my husband not to worry if he finds drawings of naked men. I’d noticed that odd look on his face, you see, when he came across the sketch I’d made of a partially-nude male model. This was my first

Finish What You Start

I have a rule in my studio: I must finish what I start. — Keiko Yasuoka I loved reading this matter-of-fact statement from watercolorist Keiko Yasuoka. Her work was featured in the February 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist — one

Finish What You Start

I have a rule in my studio: I must finish what I start. — Keiko Yasuoka I loved reading this matter-of-fact statement from watercolorist Keiko Yasuoka. Her work was featured in the February 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist — one