Monday, December 17, 2007

A love drawing

This wall drawing in pencil illustrates the first stages of courting. The artist has attempted to give his interpretation of a couple bonding together. The girlfriend is standing between the lap of her lover with her arms extended across his leg. In the sitting position, her man has his left hand ideally placed on her hip. There is however problems with the angle of the perspective as the left arm of his sweetheart is tangled at the centre of the composition.

The artist has made sure that he is anatomically accurate with her bust which seems to be quite perked to the delight of her partner. She bats her eye in acknowledgment.The illustrator has also signed his work which indicates how proud he is with the incomplete union.

A faint pencil drawings on the streets of St. James, Trinidad, West Indies.

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