Anyway, my two classes were both Drawing II classes at UNT, in the same room, and today they were doing an exercise on perspective. There was a large rectangle on the floor, and the students were supposed to draw that rectangle, preferably from a corner. I would then take three different poses in that rectangle, and the students would have to draw all three figures on the same drawing. They would all be standing poses, so my eye level was supposed to be at the same height on the paper in all the poses. Here's a picture of the room this morning, with the rectangle laid out with masking tape on the floor.
It's a little different feel being off the model stand and on the floor at the same level as the students. I kind of like it, and I like doing the standing poses. The only bad thing about the whole thing was winding up with charcoal all over my feet from the floor. In fact, I gave up on my slippers early on, and just went barefoot the whole day. My feet were a mess when it was all over.