A study of the same model, two poses, superimposed more than once onto the paper. Which incidentally is 2.5 metres in height. The variance of technique and expression in us all is wonderful: these are by my class mates from ACSA. The pastel and charcoal drawing was done over an eight week term and taught by the inspiring Chris Orchard, an awesome teacher! I am going through my colourful period, so thats mine in the middle.
Note: I acknowledge that this was created during the life drawing second year class, with tutor Chris Orchard from Adelaide Central School of Art.
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Love the golden orange hues of your colorful work! And all depict interesting poses.