All posts tagged: making process

Drawing as a record of time

As an exercise, all #studies of Patrick for this session are layered on top of each other on a single sheet. They are drawn in compressed charcoal, chalk and sepia on A1 paper prepped with a green acrylic wash. Poses ranged between 5 and 45 […]

Making Momus

Process of modelling the sitting figure of Richard – looking despairing with his head in his hand – in terracotta clay over 5 sessions.    

Thelma – session ♯4

Portrait: week ♯2 – Figure: week ♯3 This session I took advantage of the space and worked simultaneously on both the figure and the portrait of Thelma.

Process: making the portrait of Mathew

Process of modelling a small portrait of Mathew in soft terracotta clay. The last photos are of the biscuit-fired piece before any patination was applied to the surface. Approximate size: h: 25cm x w: 25cm x d: 15cm. Here are some photos of the finished piece.