Life Drawing Session No.17

By using the soft and intense pigment of a vibrant chalk pastel Faye demonstrates exercises designed to help us believe what we are actually seeing in a pose.  In building up a history of marks on paper by constantly rubbing the dry medium with a rag, she shows us that by losing our attachment to the outcome of a drawing it relaxes us into more considered mark making. 

Faye Dobinson

Materials used on this course:

This session with Faye Dobinson will require some coloured pencils, normal pencils, a rubber, chalk, one or two coloured pastels, kitchen roll and a sponge or similar and some felt tip pens. If you don't have all of these you can still get a lot out of the session with what you have.

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