So I started to sketch her, then I enhanced the drawing with black ink pencil.
EDIT August 2nd: I changed the file to remove the too poignant sharpening contrast I have put originally.
EDIT August 21st: file changed to hide the face, thus making the pose more realistic.
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Yes the pose does look very realistic
Great... this is just awesome dear Philippe......
Thanks a lot, Teresa
Well, in first place, I admire your readiness! This is just moment from everyday life, I wanna to know draw this way too, but it is still hard for me. And when I focused on details, I really like the bag in the foreground, glass on the windows, and position of her body too. And shadows, simply and fine!
But I have one remark: her head. I wanna to be honest rather then nice, and have to say it - this perched on the shoulders is not good. I´m sure you know it, but I just have to say it... But I understand, with quick sketch is not possible to repair it, right? Yes, that is the reason, why I cannot do this often... I am coward... artistic coward.
Please, don´t get it like an offense, I´m just like this picture, and this head is spoiling it for me...
Someone else made the same remark about her head, I knew that I have something to retouch, for sure! In fact, when I was in the train, I sketched a quick gesture drawing with pencil. Then, at home, I played with ink to enhance it. So I can certainly make some correction.
Thanks again, Viviana