Deconstruction Reconstruction

Getting bored of drawing can sometimes yield interesting results. I’m interested in deconstructing pure visual elements at this point in my development, and have taken a great interest in how line and form weave and interact with each other. How do I express the weight of the drape, how do the lines of the cloth flow into and out of the body? The pose may look static on first sight, but there are myriad counterbalances and rhythms flowing throughout it. These are lines that exist and yet don’t exist simultaneously; they are only there for those who look at them and see them for what they are — lines, not drapery, not cloth, just pure visual weight. This pose was long enough for me to have done much more with it, but I wanted to deconstruct — so I took the time for each line I put down.

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