Drawings

In 1994, I took a drawing class in the local community where I was living at the time. One of the best exercises we did was drawing upside-down.  It helps to release your focus on the subject and just concentrate on the space, lines, and form.  Here are my two attempts with the technique. As in most drawing class, we kept a daily sketch journal for practice and inspiration. Here are a couple of my favorite drawings from my sketch pad.

Left Hand
Small Drawing
Geni
Small Upside Down Drawing
Drawing
Small Upside Down Drawing
Drawing
Teddy Bear

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