For thinking out loud
If every moment spent in the studio is considered “precious” and rare, the product of each moment spent is then expected to be of excellence. That allows no time or space for improvisation. Improv is when real art happens: when skill and the freedom to get lost (and perhaps fail) meet and create.
This pose was a 30-minute, charcoal starting with the wipe-out method to quickly establish lights and darks.
Share your tips and tricks to get started in your studio. Sometimes simply getting started is the hardest part.