Twisted girl

Charcoal drawing with foreshortening by Matthew James Taylor on 3 November 2005

Twisted girl (Charcoal drawing with foreshortening)
Medium
Black and white charcoal
Creation time
30 minutes

Comments by the artist

This is a difficult pose and there are a number of things wrong however I am especially proud of her feet. I always have trouble drawing the underside of feet but somehow in this drawing I managed to do them well. I think the reason why feet are so hard to draw is because when you stare at them long enough they start to look like some horrible weirdly shaped things and that can freak you out a bit! (I don't recommend looking at her feet for too long!)


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