This sketch in progress shows how tennant works through his drawings, swooping his charcoal strokes. His build up starts light but gets darker forming the shapes of shadow, and forms of the figure. This build of depth in the figures creates space. This is primarily created by the critical lighting, and how it highlights certain muscle and bones in the figure, while ignoring those that would make the drawing shallow, or flat.
NICKY BASFORD RECLINING NUDE, GREEN & BLUE CHARCOAL & ACRYLIC 33 1/8 X 23 5/8 IN 84 X 60 CMS
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'shoulder twist' by British artist Jane Lewis. Conte & graphite, 25 x 24 cm. via the artist's site
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