Last night at our figure drawing open studio at the Sonoma Community Center, the model held the same pose for most of the evening, about an hour and a half. I brought my oils and went to work with thoughts of my Keith Wicks class and 100 Faces to direct me a bit. I worked on it this afternoon again and I am pleased with the result, certainly like it better than the last time I tried: https://candieded.wordpress.com/2010/08/25/long-pose/
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