The Big Side View
while at work once in the regimented field of jet engine manufacturing I had to take a training course. The course was in an old office room in our fort like building with an instructor not to long remove from Russia or some some soviet block country. The course went all morning and we stop for lunch and upon our return the instructor made a remark in regards to human physiology that explained many a routine working day feeling.
In his Russian accent he said that I understand that after lunch all us our a little sluggish because of the rush of sugars to the body makes us sluggish, so if you want to get up and get a glass of water or nod off in the car for five or ten before we get back to studying please feel free.
Today I lay in bed dosing off before going to a schedule drawing section at our local art league I had ice cream on a warm summer day with the TV playing and on another monitor scanning through the hundreds of drawings I digitized.
I got in the car a drove to NewBritain Connecticut from Windsor were the art league drawing session was and I was about six minutes late in a crowed room. Our model was a Peruvian young lady named Bialatnett in a pink dress. I had to take position that allowed me to to draw her side view. I pondered for a while to decide how I wanted to draw her, I thought to myself maybe a full body side view, but that was to cramming for the size of my paper that I wanted draw on, so I decide to draw larger than life side view. I stummbled a while to draft the portions and drew the the model in charcoal on paper with a little white pastel, wish I had more time to color the drawing. The drawing is below "Bialatnett":