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  • Saturday Sketches

    This week, I was studying fashion, on the Vogue website – part of the ongoing series, Maria learns to draw clothes.

  • Saturday Sketches

    More costume study – English (1600), Ottoman(1870), Polish, Greek, Georgian, Macedonian and derivations. Does anyone know where I can find a costume history with some sort of historical map of influences various cultures had on one another?

  • Saturday Sketches

    This time, portraits, 12×16 cm, wax pastels.

  • Saturday Sketches

    Reference: bodiesinmotion.photo

  • Saturday Sketches

    Reference from bodiesinmotion.photo. Let’s also take a moment to appreciate wax pastels in general and the Neocolor ones by Caran d’Arche in particular.

  • Saturday Sketches

    Worrying trend: almost everything I draw traditionaly is sliiightly tilted to the left. Wax pastels, reference from bodiesinmotion.photo

  • Visual Playground – Day2

    The second day was Mattias Adolfsson‘s workshop. Photo credits: Cătălin Georgescu He always seemed to me like a person who has waaaay too much fun with this sketchbooks and his pens. It turns out, he’s willing to share his methods – so for the whole day we did a series of short creative exercises. Below…

  • Visual Playground – Day4

    The fourth day was Lettering Day with Tobias Hall. I must admit I was dreading this a bit – I am an amateur, mostly because I lack the patience needed for measuring and kerning properly. We did a series of exercises, like writing the word ”Majesty” majestically… …playing around with the pen-brush… …writing out expressions…

  • Saturday Sketches

    And now for something… slightly different, I guess. Aromanian costume Various Romanian costumes, south of the country.

  • Saturday Sketches

    …the last of 2017 🙂