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Burne Hogarth's Dynamic Anatomy and a pageful from Ken Hultgren's The Art of Animal Drawing.
The last Vanderpoel batch. Whew. Took from mid January till late March. A boxfull of carbone pencils, jars of carbone dust and several sheets of sandpaper. So was it worth it? Definitely. It...
Second last batch. (Vanderpoel)
Almost there. (Vanderpoel)
Getting closer. Vanderpoel.
Beyond half-way with these Vanderpoels, racalls back the January and February days when I was recovering from a difficult surgery and just took the time to do this.
After Vanderpoel again.
The Vanderpoel copy epoch goes on. Carbone all.
After Vanderpoel schematas, all done with carbone pencil 2H-3B and carbone dust opened with kneaded eraser. I really like the carbone medium, good control compared to graphite because it's not...
Thanks for the heads up. Yeah one can never practice different types of lighting too much. I could actually experiment with the school's plaster casts sometime.
Master painting composition...
More from the archives. Lemen/Hogarth/Reilly anatomy
Reilly schematas, a Dürer plane head, memory and knowledge practices.
More Lemen shadow anatomy and a Reilly schemata.
Sketches from imagination, memory, observation and some from Imagine FX's workshop, I think it was Ron Lemen's demonstrations. Having a past as a cartoonis has its pros and cons. One has this ...
The last ones from RVC's tree book plus some from his pespective treatise.
Almost the last batch of RVC trees.
More R.V.C. tree anatomy
After Speed, croquises, landscape drawing from observation, imaginative alien creatures during lectures, after Mogilevtsev and lastly tree anatomy from Rex Vicat Coles Artistic Anatomy of Trees.
Still more Solomon and a croquis.
More Solomon and Speed.
Studies after Belvedere torso (paper tinted with carbone dust, opened with kneaded eraser, from Solomon J Solomon's book), Leonardo, Harold Speed and Bargue.
Last tuesday's live model drawing, 1 hour plus some refining. I had an awkward viewpoint but at least I could practice foreshortening. Pale yellow ingres paper tinted with carbone dust w/ chamois,...
Hand study and some anatomy drawings after Burne Hogarth's Dynamic Anatomy
I took the time this weekend to finish the Bargue plates 5 and 6 that I started many months a go. Lots of time spent with mirror, black mirror, skewer, and plumbline. I received the hard quality...
Bargue, random master copy from a Russian art instruction book, and 1 hour live model study from January 2011.