ONE LOVELY DRAWING, part 61
8 monthes ago - By Illustration Art
I love this drawing by Tom Fluharty of George Bernard Shaw holding his dog.
Fluharty's famous drawing workshop came to our town last week. I attended in the hope of learning how Fluharty achieves some of his marvelous effects, such as this ingenious beard:
But rather than coming away with magic tricks and special effects, I came away with something better: wisdom about the nature and challenges of drawing to help students invent their own special effects.
One of my favorite messages from Fluharty's demonstrations:
"Never coast just because you think you already know how hands look. Never...
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