I took Life Drawing class every thursday for two years, left town, now two years later Im going to a life drawing seminar/workshop tomorrow. And as usual you need A3 or bigger to draw on. Why? In those two years no one ever told me the actual benefit of going big.
What exactly is the point of using a very large surface to draw on?
Im not questioning anything, I just want to know exactly what its good for. Is it because its difficult to draw fine detail on a small paper with coal? Or is it good for the eye-to-hand coordination? Or is it just tradition?