The composition of Untitled Triptych-08·13·2014 is almost complete. Yesterday I worked, mostly, on the woman in the right panel. The small table in the central panel (with the vase) also got another look. Today I must grapple with the man in the left panel. Looking here, I think his head has to be more vertical, creating a straight line through the center of his body. I need to create a tilted axis running through his head to between his feet, around which the left panel will visually rotate.
Yesterday's drawing looks better in person than the reproduction here. In this photograph it was not evenly lit. The result is an incongruity in value. Consequently, today's post shows heads darker, relative to the their bodies, than in the original. I am soon replacing one of the light banks I use to photograph the drawings. This will help better reproduce the drawings. Both sides of the drawings will then have identical light sources. I'll let you know when the new light bank arrives (probably late next week). We can evaluate the result together.
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