Bringing my friend Bella Bones to class!Measuring her up!You could hear a pin drop with the concentration going on.And underneath our thinking cap is a little butterfly.Dancer Andrea . . . has got Bella Bones’s back!Observation, comparisons between Andrea and Bella made for a better understanding of drawing the human body.Like other primates we have opposable thumbs. Ours is longer than most primates and it helps us grasp things more easily.Dancing . . Dancing . . .In all my years in Art Schools . . 8 . . . plus many many drawing classes. . . I have never had a skeleton in class. We were fascinated by her, examined her, moved her limbs counted her wrist bones and all of us know we look just like her on the inside.the results . . by Artist Diane Game.
The skeleton is very complex, imagine drawing one. This skeleton is a cast it is illegal to have real human bones.
And this is what we do at Oliver Parks and Rec.