LIFE DRAWING WITH IAN BARLOW 2017

by | Last updated Sep 1, 2017 | Published on Aug 12, 2017 | Art Blog, Learning with the Masters

Life Drawing with Ian Barlow 2017

“EVERY POSE IS DIFFERENT.

ASK YOURSELF.

WHAT IS IT ABOUT THIS POSE, THAT GIVES ME A NICE FEELING?”

– Ian Barlow

“Lines are amazing what they can do.

Some are fast.

Some are slow.”

– Ian Barlow

“If there’s lines that flow through the figure, they’re worth hanging onto.

– Ian Barlow

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