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iv got more... i just need to take pictures of them >_>
Some quickies from a life drawing class. Lemme know what you think. All advice appreciated
take it how u like crits welcome thank you
Life drawing from my life drawing class
Here are a few female figure drawings; about ten minutes apiece
Hi guys this is my first post here so I thought I'd start by posting a few of my latest life drawings. These are 10 minute poses. Feedbacks greatly appreciated
hello! I know this for a short time and I am fascinated.
here it is my contribution, are drawings of different years in the faculty. I hope that you like and…sorry, my English is not very good
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3 Hour figure drawing for Drawing 2 class. let me know thanks
hello! here I am again. 3-5-8 min poses
Last edited by especs; May 9th, 2007 at 11:01 AM.
hi there...some of my latest stuff...hope you like it...
3 ft. x 4 ft.
these notes belong to my class of drawing in movement (the models make different trajectories during all the class)
Started drawing a year ago, and my good friend told me I should post to get feed back.
WOW! Some of the drawings on here are unbelievable!! Flynts rendering from the first page of this thread is out of this world! I'll have to spend more time looking through this place.
Here are a few pieces I did in undergrad.
You offer to wash my feet as I offer to disobey You.
Here's one I did about a year ago in a drawing class.
And one I did in another drawing class the following semester.
The arms are off in this one but I still like it.
Cool thread. 2hr pose, colored pencils
Good God, so much inspiring work here! I'm really glad I found this place! I've been sudying figure and portrait painting, mostly with pastel and conte, for a couple of years with a fantastic artist and teacher at our local community college---20 years after having my spirit crushed at art school for my dated and quaint interest in figurative art!
Anyway, here are some conte gesture drawings on 18"x24" newsprint, 2-5 minutes on the average, with the last being a 45 minute portrait study of the model in pastel from last winter:
this is THE best thread, heres a few from my life clas about 20minutes i think
Things are starting to slow down at work and I can once again focus on some drawing.
Crits always welcome and appreciated.
Great, you are one of my favorite posters to this thread. I learn alot from your sketches because your penline shows how you think through the forms in building your figures. I really like the rhythmic s-curves of the upper right figure, and the light on the triceps, feels nicely sculptural, but while the compression on the right scapula makes sense to me, the degree of overlap of the scapula on the upper-arm doesn't ring true to me. Also I can't decide if the neck is too long--tho I doubt it--or too vertical, more likely the latter, I think.
I also like the conceptualization of the hands, the treatment of the overall block form with spheres imbedded for knuckles, out of which grow modified block-cylinder forms for the fingers.
Hope to see more soon, and to hear I'm full of it if such is the case!
6 hour pose this time, was finally able to finish one
Hi, here are some of mine ....
Fantastic foreshortening Petkovsky! alot of great stuff in here.
Too those who always dreamt too big, went too far, worked too hard and found their own way... I salute you.