I love figure drawing. Following the line and curve with their undulations and strange unique surprises. I’m not religious but if I was finding that perfect line is one of the closest moments I’ve found to a greater being.
So a little thing I like to do when I get home from work is just scribble some body study to see if I'm awake enough to draw. Right now I am not but here's some scribble of the gorgeous @jyraviel
REAL FIGHT (1/2). Ellen's shop on UN Drive, Monrovia, Liberia. Sunday, May 29, 2016.
The Ebola epidemic which originated in Guinea in December 2013 and subsequently swept through Liberia and Sierra Leone, is the largest outbreak of the virus in history. As of 30 May 2016, a total 11308 (confirmed, probable or suspected) deaths have been reported (source: WHO). The number of reported Ebola cases varies in Liberia (4806), Sierra Leone (3955) and Guinea (2536) at the subnational level, with the capital cities reporting a shockingly high number of cases at the height of their respective outbreaks. The majority of Ebola cases and deaths were reported between August and December 2014, after which case incidence began to decline as a result of the scale-up of treatment, isolation, and safe burial capacity in the three countries.
At the start of the Ebola outbreak, the health system in Liberia was among the weakest in the world. The country had gone through a decade of civil war, and was in the midst of a slow recovery since peace accords were concluded in 2003. When Ebola struck, Liberia had poor health outcomes (with one of the highest maternal mortality ratio in the world, at 1,072 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2013), reflective of the country's severe shortage of health workers, especially in rural areas where, furthermore, population face important barriers to access health services (particularly during the rainy season). At the start of the outbreak, 60 per cent of Liberia's health workers were concentrated in Monrovia, where only a little over 30 percent of the country's population (3,9 m) live. The epidemic claimed the lives of a significant number of health providers across Liberia.