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    prisma studies 2

    These were done with prismacolor pencil from a live model (same girl).




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    First off i like these. The butt on the second one though seems a little off to me. Im not so sure this belongs in this section despite how good they are.

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    Very good. Althought i would have like to seen a pretty face(lol). I would have also liked to see something that attracs more attention such as tatoos,rings, or something that keeps the picture from looking "Generic". He, i should'nt be talkin'. Well, im 14 and my drawings are beyond other's reach but i could not have the patience or skill to draw this. Overall, great job, Good anatomy...^^

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    Gorgeous, especially the first. I wish you'd drawn the faces in though.. something seems missing without them. It looks like you're trying to avoid it, though you obviously know what you're doing, so I can't be sure why.

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    I'm not exactly sure why I avoided the faces...I didn't think it interested me at the time. I think I wanted to get the gestures down first and then got bored by the time I got to the head.

    Thanks for your comments.

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    very nice! i´ve just started doing live model drawings myself and just wonder how long time you had on each drawing. And what papersize do you work on?

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    I took about 1/2 hour each on 11x14 paper

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    Nice figure work.

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    the top cooler toned one is sweet. great definition of forms...especially in the front knee and abdomen. where did you study art?

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