For this latest single continuous line drawing, I have used my gap technique to emphasise the crossovers of the lines and thickened certain key crossovers to try and further increase the three dimensional effect.
You can compare the result with the gaps only technique that I used with my blue horse in 2012.
You can also compare the portrait (above), based upon a 10 minute sketch of Zina done at Stainbeck Arts Club in late 2017, with my first single continuous line portrait (below) based upon a sketch of Barrie done at Stainbeck in 2012.
I have also used the combined gapping and selected thicker lines on the single continuous line drawing of the Iguana, originally created in 1971. The colour sequence version of the Iguana being featured on my previous post in July 2018.
“Another Stainbeck Artist” and “Iguana” continuous line drawings will both be on show, along with several other drawings and paintings of mine, at the Stainbeck Arts Club annual exhibition on Saturday 1 September 2018. See Pamela Cundall’s poster below.
Once more the club’s exhibition is part of the The Chapel Allerton Arts Festival. The festival lasts from 27 August to 2 September 2018.