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    New drawing and Video on page 5

    I was born in Israel in 1980. Currently I am a principal sculpting instructor at the Florence Academy of Art, Italy. I work exclusively from direct observation of nature.

    Here is a small slection of drawings and sculptures from the past 2 years.

    Feel free to visit my new :
    www.eranwebber.com

    And my sculpting thread:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=190994



    "Sara", 100cm by 50cm, charcoal & white chalk on brown paper. 2010

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    Claudia, 100cm by 50cm, charcoal &chalk on grey paper, 2010

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    Guido, 100cm by 50cm, charcoal & chalk on brown paper. 2009

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    Laura, 100cm by 50cm, charcoal &chalk on grey paper, 2010

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    Yes! I like these a lot. Very good sense of weight and form.

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    wow very nice

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    has nothing to do with art but I feel compelled to put it up to promote it.

    I will create a sketchbook at some point but school is taking up a lot of time and its hard to get pictures of all my sketches.

    All the work on the blog is current.
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    Hey, great work. Im at the academy in Bologna.
    At my place there are really few that painting in classical manner, witch i regret.

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    Yeah, alright. Love them all.

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    superb dude

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    Your work is stunning!
    I really hope that in the future you will use your knowledge to create characters from your imagination. That aside your drawings are flawless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donalfall View Post
    Yeah, alright. Love them all.

    thank u very much d.

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    Great drawings a perfect lighting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffix View Post
    superb dude
    thank u Raffix!

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    Excellent work. You are most welcome here on CA. Great work showing such good examples of patient and dedicated study.


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    Your drawings are simply brilliant. They remind me of Michelangelo. Bravo!

    have a nice day!
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    You put me to shame man, thanks for posting your works! Seeing some Prud'hon influences here?

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    Oww yeahh, Neoclassism is probably my favorite line of art, these are really absolutely beautifull. I envy you...
    The second one, "Claudia", has a strong Prudhon sense to me, which is a compliment...

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    Eran! I'm Roberto, do you remember me? I was sculpting the Orc's head back in 2007/08, at the Academy of Florence (Prof. Di Tommaso)...Really great works ! Oh I just saw the sculptures, amazing works Eran Hope you're doing great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Manley View Post
    Excellent work. You are most welcome here on CA. Great work showing such good examples of patient and dedicated study.


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    Thank you Jason, im happy you & others on the CA know to appreciate this type of work.
    It’s wonderful to have a community that shares all its info, where people can support each others work, suggest and help.
    Since I believe in the same spirit, ill be more than happy to assist & explain about all Process and methods I work with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreasM View Post
    You put me to shame man, thanks for posting your works! Seeing some Prud'hon influences here?
    Thanks man! Im a big admire of Prud'hon, but even more, u should look at the drawings of Fortuny (18th century), his work is amazing...
    Try to Google it, if you cant find, I have nice photos which I could email u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danilo View Post
    Hey, great work. Im at the academy in Bologna.
    At my place there are really few that painting in classical manner, witch i regret.
    thanks Danilo, i also share the same frastration that the fine art academies in italy are not so much into classical methods anymore... though if u ever pass by florence, u r welcome to visit at the studio im in. if u ever do- let me know and ill give u the addrss. forse ci vediamo

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    Hi Eran,
    Thanks a lot for posting your work! Beautiful, inspiring stuff!
    I'm just on a two week summer course at Florence Academy Sweden and really appreciating everything that I'm learning here. I'm hoping to take a lot away from the experience here, although nothing compared to a full 3 year course at the academy, I'm sure.
    Keep up the awesome work! Be sure to post some of your sculpture work when you're done, I'd love to see them!
    x

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    Beautiful studies.

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    Really great.

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    Great anatomy work. It is nice to see really beauty of a human bodies

    http://www.human-anatomy-for-artist.com/?ref=c03

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    You are a good student and it is obviously looking at your drawings! Keep up the amizing work! - G

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    Eran Webber, could you detail your process done for these? Size by sight? Did you happen to take progress shots? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Dark View Post
    Your work is stunning!
    I really hope that in the future you will use your knowledge to create characters from your imagination. That aside your drawings are flawless.
    Thanks very much Mister Dark.
    Regarding to what u wrote, it’s an interesting issue, I think about it a lot.
    at this point of my life, I'm still chasing nature in order to understand it better, while adding a more personal tone, specially in sculpting
    I agree that just copying nature is not enough, and chasing that “Rabbit” is not the goal, it should actually lead to a bigger thing more individual & creative, which could happen in so many ways…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belindi View Post
    Hi Eran,
    Thanks a lot for posting your work! Beautiful, inspiring stuff!
    I'm just on a two week summer course at Florence Academy Sweden and really appreciating everything that I'm learning here. I'm hoping to take a lot away from the experience here, although nothing compared to a full 3 year course at the academy, I'm sure.
    Keep up the awesome work! Be sure to post some of your sculpture work when you're done, I'd love to see them!
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    thanks Belindi,
    im very happy to hear you are at the FAA in sweeden! what course are you taking & with who? i think there are amazing amount of talented people there...ive never been myself, though i know some of the work... fantastic stuff.
    i have some sculpting work on the 3d forum, u welcome to look.
    enjoy the summer course.

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