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    Post your favorite life drawing

    Post your #1 favorite life drawing!
    -btw you can only have one "#1 favorite"



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    Talking



    I have more that havent been scanned or shot that I think are alot better than this one....

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    Crap. I can't post an image:confused:

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    you didn't post the currect url... you posted .

    http://www.joshball.com/traditionalgallery/LifeDrawing/

    no actual file name..

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    my favorite life drawings are from egon scheile. the #1 piece is called girl sitting. he was an artist from the 1910's.

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    Lucian Frued

    Lucian Frued is one of my favorites too. Its not just his use of color but the thickness of the paint.

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    when looking for my favorite lifedrawing, i realized most of em are total crap, but here one goes anyway..




    who really rocks me on the topic of lifedrawing is gottfried bammes (germany, from dresden i think), his anatomy books are amazin'

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    Smile



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    Here is mine, done last year in November at a life drawing class.





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    Mine:


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    Sorry, couldn't resist

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    haha seeg, that's from life?
    i'm guessing you go to life drawing alittle :beer:

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    Now that I can post images properly...

    I have more that havent been scanned or shot that I think are alot better than this one....



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    bunnies!

    i badgered this poor bunny for a good 10 minutes. (aah, good times.)




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    I love da bunnies!

    Its really good to see some 'figurative' work that didn't come from a human model.

    I see it works now?

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    This is one I did back in college. Great model and a really nice lady. Hardly ever moved and rarely took breaks. I must have dozens of drawings and paintings of her from various classes. Ah good times

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    An oldie. Maybe I'll put some more recent ones up in the main forum.



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    ink and white gel pen


    =FINN=

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    heh. if you like it there's more at www.similarselection.org/aaron/

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