© Amy McLelland

November 20, 2015

I vividly remember my first life drawing session in my last year of school, just under 6 years ago. The friend I went with actually knew the model through a mutual friend, so the expected anonymous relationship between model and artist was immediately shattered and the sitting was therefore rife with awkward glances and moments of stifled giggles at the naked person in front of us. However, the experience was definitely memorable both as a life experience and as an artist, and I’ve always made sure to attend every life drawing experience that crossed my path since that day.

 

Six years on, I’ve drawn a whole host of naked people of all shapes and sizes, and the novelty of the unabashed naked body has mostly worn worn off. I recently attended my first life drawing session for a while, and it...

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