A month after the residency at Concordia, I went back for their 75th anniversary. Here’s a sketch of a portion of the choir. I wish I’d had more time to draw them —it was delightful —the hairstyles, the hats, the attitudes, the varying degrees to which uniforms had been bought to be grown into.
I’ve been thinking lately about sketching groups (here’s one from the sketches I previously posted from the residency).
It’s good practice, of course —it increases speed and as well as observing motion and proportions you need to watch how these interact, and how people interact in groups. How they respond and evade, how they make different movements to reflect the same emotion or to distinguish themselves from the people nearest, or how they choose to ally themselves with another. Who is distracted, who is peering over shoulders.
I think the picture below was of a…
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