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    Some Life Drawings from a friend of mine!!

    hey all...

    I just got back from NYC this past weekend. I was fortunate to spend some time with an old friend who is studying there at the waterstreet atelier.

    I was able to see a large batch of his studies that he has done this past year. Here are a few images of his. He has piles of these. The quality is consistent..and while he claims to have a long long way to go, I found them to be beautiful.


    jason

    Some Life Drawings from a friend of mine!!

    Some Life Drawings from a friend of mine!!

    Some Life Drawings from a friend of mine!!

    Some Life Drawings from a friend of mine!!


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    Wow!

    I'm going to ask the really cliche'd question: "Are these all pencil?"

    Awesome work! :chug:

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    the top one looked like charcole and or chalk pencil

    the others are all pencil.


    j

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    This guy's a freak of nature. OMG.:googley:
    stuff

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    Nice, Dobsky!!

    Very tight. Very polished. Reminds me of Seurat's academic drawings...

    Very inspiring.

    -James

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    Awesome. You bring back any atelier tips jason?

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    very humbleing.
    Chad Townsend
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    We now return you to Bullit already in progress...

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    Jesus C*#!$t! that rendering of the statue is jaw droping!...hell they all are.

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    I WILL BREAK MY CAST! AND MY HANDS!

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    good stuff, i think i know a few people at the waterstreet at. too.
    did your friend start painting yet? can't wait to see those.

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    Are there special techniques they use to get taht type of shading? It looks so photo-realistic, Ive never been able to get my shading to that point by using just a pencil..

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    its a pencil...no smudging...all done on the point. slowly and patiently filling in the proper values.


    accuracy is key...

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    These are absolutely amazing. I love the control he has on these, it's something I've been trying to practice, it's exceedingly difficult though.

    Jason, just a quick question, do you know how they structure the program at Water Street and how much it costs?

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    Excellent,indeed...thanks for posting
    this,Jason.
    Sjajno!

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    Thumbs up

    This guy is a gem!
    Amazing ability
    It is more pleasurable to look at his realism than the realism of actual photos.
    :eek:

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