A Teddy Bear, Three Views

In 2001, I had begun to move away from a synthetic grid, and into a more analytic analysis of form. What I like about this series of drawings (all on the same sheet) is how the teddy bear is rendered differently, exposing my thought process. In the middle drawing, you can see where I'm defining the object with simple geometric relationships. Rather than arbitrarily imposing a grid, I was looking to amplify the inherent geometry of the form.

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