movement

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well, i didn’t want to say much, but realised that as i had my coffee in the morning, i usually waited…waited to draw the parts of the face which i use to define a face. I scribbled forcefully making marks before drawing what i could recognise as a feature to the face.

There was a sense of withdrawal, pulling out of the sketch, repeating it on another paper, speeding up the sketches, but not completing it as i would usually do. Luckily i was carrying two pens, a CD marker and a .01 drawing pen. One gave way as i forced the lines, prompting me to think of charcoal, graphite or even the potential of drawing on the I pad screen or a tool to draw with. This way was more than i could handle. some how such ways make you lose track of how normally you would draw.

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