With an outfit part 1920's Flapper and part French dancer, fellow Huntsville-based painter Amanda Lyle was a delight to draw at Sunday's figure drawing session at Lowe Mill. As in previous sessions, we were presented with two poses, but because Amanda did not change her outfit for the second pose, I felt encouraged to stylize the second drawing a bit more and was less concerned with trying to fit the entire figure on the page (since I had already created a more "complete" rendering of the outfit and figure). I was also able to scribble a quick #Draw365 cartoon in ballpoint at the end of the session-- it was not the most sophisticated of my daily pen drawings, to be sure, but it was surely interesting to suddenly shift media and styles during the session; it was almost a bit of a jolt, in fact, and perhaps an experience worth exploring more seriously. . .