In this drawing, I like the sharpness of angles in the figure and the way the chair turned out. Normally, chairs are left to the last and get nearly no consideration. However, this was a longer pose, so I spent some time on both the figure and the chair. At some point, I might even finish the background to make this drawing more complete. On area I do not like, is the foot. That would need to be reworked too.

This charcoal drawing depicts a male figure sitting in a wooden chair with armrests. The seat in the chair is cushioned. The figure is shifted to the right, along with his gaze. He has long hair gathered in a bun. Figure’s right leg is bent and up on the chair, while the left leg is on the floor. His right arm is resting on his right knee, and the left arm is on his hip. The paper is light gray.

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