One of the things I loved at CCS was being able to go to life drawing once a week. Regardless of what you draw, it helps with the way you translate world to paper. I haven’t been able to do any life drawing since. Even when I still lived in town, I worked when they had their life drawing classes. And now I still work during the only life drawing class I know of in town. But I recently came across Line of Action, a website full of figures that lets you set up a “life” drawing class. You can set how long the images stay up on the screen, and then it automatically moves to the next. So here is my first go at that.  You can pick clothed, nude, or both. You can include children or only adults. You can just do animals or hands and feet or faces! It is pretty cool. You can use it for free, but if you want more controls and no ads, you can sign up for as little as $1.50 a month.  But $15 a month gets you scenes and environments. I don’t know if I will go that far yet, but I do need to make a habit of drawing from this site at least once a week, I think. These were all 30-second poses and I drew them very small. This is my Carbon Platinum pen in a half letter (8.5×5.5) sketchbook.