Last week’s Let’s Face It lesson was taken by Kara Bullock and amazingly – thanks to the Thanksgiving holiday – I was able to start and complete the piece within the span of one day. The purpose of the lesson was to draw a full figure in a seated position with the face and hands particularly prominent in the piece. As I am prone to do, I deviated from the lesson a little in order to a) save time and b) make it more me, but I used most of the techniques demonstrated in the lesson and kept to the spirit of the lesson. I decided my figure looked like an acrobat as a rest so that then suggested the bold colour scheme. I like the combination of red and turquoise so I was happy to break out that colour palette again. While the nose got bigger and broader the more I worked on it and the hand is rather underdeveloped, I am fairly pleased with how this painting turned out – especially because I got it done and dusted in one day.