“Wrong hand”, as Sally explained, means using your non-dominant hand to write or draw. But Sally had additional tortures for us: 4 different poses, 30 seconds each with the Wrong Hand! Then the same again with the normal hand. After that 5-minute poses wrong and right, and a 15-minute pose before the coffee break. After the break we had just one 45-minute pose to do as we liked. Whew! Those doing still life also (mostly) joined in.
It was interesting to see, or experience, what the differences were - perhaps it freed us up to take a less inhibited approach to the activity? Just finding out how to hold the drawing tool in the best way was something to contend with. Here is some of what we did.
Next week it's Rachel's turn to host.
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