I got it into my head the other week to participate in caricaturama 3000, whoever it was the next time, and it turned out to be Brigitte Bardot. Which actually was really interesting. Youtube's the best place to go first of course. Her sexuality and beauty was all there in the flesh and the movement, it was natural and rare, even in low res. Almost sinisterly powerful. Not like now when some people seem to measure beauty by the amount of money an ordinary faced stiff lady spends on surgery and dodgy photoshopping.
So I sketched and sketched and it was hit and miss, but I had missed this frenzy of drawing, searching out the truth in lines and squiggles.
John Rogers, Sculptor for the People - John Rogers was a late 19th century sculptor who was as well known and beloved in his day as was Norman Rockwell in his. He sculpted table-top sized fig...
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