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Waterloo Action Centre, London, 17 February 2014

25 February 2014

Sometimes I find myself modelling in a venue that is rammed wall-to-wall with artists. And then on other evenings it seems weirdly as if almost all the artists have decided inexplicably to drop out at the same time.

Monday last week at the Waterloo Action Centre was an example of the latter. This was the absentees’ loss as Ursula – who was booked last time I worked here – was modelling once again. Our five lucky artists drew us first in four 15-minute poses.

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After a break we resumed with four five-minute poses, followed by a 25-minute poses seated on the floor side-by-side.

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It’s always encouraging when groups are a throng of life drawing enthusiasts. Smaller groups, however, make for a cosier, more laidback atmosphere. This was a nice one.

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