Stools and more stools, all heights from about 15″ to 48″.
I was able to stay for the 3:00 drawing session as well as the 12:00 one today. Six hours of drawing and it went by so quickly. Not noticing the passage of time is a good indicator that a person is in a creative zone or space. That was certainly the case today, it did not feel like I was drawing for six hours, the time flew by and before I knew it we were on the last pose. I didn’t even notice how sore my bottom was until I put down my pencil and brushes! I will post some drawings tomorrow, it was dark by the time I got home and I need daylight to take pictures of drawings.
This interesting cage is in the corner of the little courtyard just outside the studio. No occupants today.
I went to see the Osteopath again today, and I took these two pictures on the Metro going there at 6:30 pm, looking in both directions, before it got so packed that I couldn’t even get my arms up in the air to take another picture. Yes, even more people piled into the train at the next station!
It was almost 9:00 by the time got home so a long day but a very satisfying one.
I loved seeing your drawings from yesterday and can’t wait for the new ones to be posted….I am very happy to hear you were able to do a whole day and get so lost in the process…
Exactly spot on about zoning out in a creative zone. Good for you!
Liked the subway photos to glimpse the hoi poli. Beware of pickpockets!
The cage was artistically interesting. Take another photo if you happen to notice a bird inside.
I’ve been looking to see if I can spot any pickpockets, but other than the one incident on the escalators I mentioned in an earlier post and people with clipboards approaching every now and then, I haven’t seen a thing. I am careful, but not paranoid. Shaking my head no is enough to deter them from approaching, they know you are on to them.