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Last edited by Frinthy; November 2nd, 2010 at 05:09 PM.
What a start to a sketchbook - a very nicely done risque drawing and a pseudo-philosophical accompaniment. I say - keep up the drawings. Beautifully done shape and a great finish to the hair.
Would be nice to see more, although not necessarily any more of her :-)
Jansi - Thank you for the kind response.
Last edited by Frinthy; October 31st, 2010 at 02:47 AM. Reason: too large images
Last edited by Frinthy; August 22nd, 2011 at 06:43 AM.
Hey ho, let's go.
You started ok, try to post more
life studies and referenced paintings
For the pose references, try this site:
good start to a sketchbook! really nice sketches, good shaping and shading. I like the straight and soft strokes in the first four posts.
the six life drawings seem to be fast ones but very well defined. you should practice more faces.
keep going on, looking forward to more studies.
Keep on drawing, you have some cool stuff, there is certainly individuality in your drawings. Your paintings reminded me almost of Chaim Soutine
§Hy9oD, EllionV Thank you so much for the motivating comments. It helps a lot. I made a note in my notebook on Chaim Soutine, I haven't seen his work before. I try working on drawing the eyes at the moment. These first few tries except the last one made me so upset during drawing... Then I realised I can just get a new sheet of paper and start again. Fortunately I got fed up with using an eraser so it is in the bin now. Also, experimenting with posemaniacs was fun so far, I'll post outcomes of those gestures later.