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    some figure drawings from the past couple of months. this page was done in pen with water color wash. i think these poses were about 5 minutes each.
    and no, hes not wearing a wig.

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    the same model, 40 minute pose in pencil.

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    Those wash gestures are really lovely!
    It seems like the 40-minute pose is much less confident. You should work with the same speed and looseness even if you know the pose will be long!
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    trying to be more atmospheric and less linear with this one. 20 and 40 minutes.

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    beautiful life drawings here.... it is a good thing to practice from a model. do you ever draw people from life? i like both, but have not made it to enough model sessions recently... keep it up!
    Drawing is fun.

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    artkitty - thanks for the comment, i think you have a point.

    vantrum - thanks, but im not sure what you mean. do i ever draw people in public? mostly when im waiting for the train...ill be posting those fleeting moments soon.

    layout in line ..minus the chair.
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    loving your lines. keep drawing.
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    cool studies! there is a nice flow in your lines!
    keep going man!
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    Wow man, these life studies are looking GREAT! Looks like Gury did his job well. These just remind me how much I need to work from life more often. Keep 'em comin man. You know you're holding out on us.
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    hey man you need to post some of your comic book stuff
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    Very cool indeed.

    I love the life that your quick lines have ... the 2nd image here (40min pencil drawing) doesn't look quite so good because the outline has been overworked into solid black all the way round, which is making it seem really rigid compared to your other works.

    Keep it up!
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    diggin out some old sketchbooks

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    That piece goes in my 'Top 10 sketches that just need to be finshed' list. Lovely expression, and there's really something in those eyes... eye.
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