Drip Drawings

More voyeuristic hidden drawing drip paintings. Get up close and surprise! Naked ladies! Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

Model Sketch

Two sketches in one. I know I don't draw people interacting too often but I love this couple right here. Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

This drawing was a exercise in drawing figures from imagination. No models or reference photos used in the creation of this. Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

Charcoal portrait of a man in a cowboy hat. Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

Amber Watercolor

This is actually one the very first paintings I made in my beautiful watercolor ladies series (not the actual name of the series...)Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

Model Sketch

She's got a sweet twist to her body that I love, and the weight of her legs seem just right. Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

Charcoal drawing from life of a woman reclining. Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

A copy of a famous drawing in charcoal. Unfortunately I do not remember the name of the artist. Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

Erica Watercolor

This one isn't the most flattering pose, but it was a nice difference compared to the other poses. Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we've grown and improved.

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