Roy Krenkel Studies

 

Roy did a large number of sketches to determine how to draw the way cloth draped. He expressed to me that he was never satisfied with his work, but I was always amazed about his ability in this area. George Bridgman, a leading instructor at the Art Student's League in New York, gave Roy a formative base in drawing.


This little gem is shown same size as the original. It is a fine example of the use of lines in creating an image.

I enlarged this piece 400% to show you how Roy used lines and ink to create his work.  Remember, this is the size of a postage stamp. 

 
 
What's Coming Up
  • Mike gives Roy some artist's Markers
  • Now Berni, he can do drapery

  • Roy and Research

  • He was the guy with the sneakers and a cigarette in his mouth

  • Roy's Minatures

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This is a work in progress, as is my life.  Sometimes things go like planned; other times is is all out of control. 

RDG