Memory Drawing and the Free Model

by Matthew Innis |

The illustrator Eric Peterson often suggested to me valuable art lessons.  One day he offered me this exercise:  Watch the evening news and draw the anchorperson from memory once the broadcast ended.  The model is free, and will always return to position for you (although, always facing fully front)….

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