First drawings in Turin


Statue at the Giardano Aiuola Balbo. Some sort of unification goddess holding a plaque of Daniele Manin Veneziano. Chap reading a magazine underneath in the middle of a pond.


Trying to get fabric folds right. I can’t even imagine how hard it was to do the initial drawings of this, let alone render in stone.

A couple of fabric fold resources for me to follow up on:

Mighty Art Demos
Drawing folds with 4B pencil.


When you live in a house with fancy chairs, you have to try and draw ’em! Blue pencil and 2B.


Pen and ink.


Quick fineliner


He’s still reading


Frenchie musos on Via Roma during the Torino Jazz Festival.

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