took some along the other week. I haven't used this stuff since Jr College. What a blast.
Definitely need to get use to the scratch tool but I'm feeling a little stagnant using the computer to generate art all day. This was refreshing and worth it for me
some mechanical pencil drawings
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some dude and burlesque model Lolita Haze
Simon, i like your stuff..very sensitive..hmm copy a few drawings from the masters..they will improve your drawings tremendously ..keep it up
you cats are putting on a virtual clinic everytime you post. this thread is awesome.
I edited these and don't remember which ones were originally posted they were coming up as red x
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my little contrib:
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hey guys this is my first time on here, theres so much talent on these boards I hope to someday be half as good as alot of you guys on here. enough of my ranting here some stuff from me.
finally, after like a 2 year absents of quicksketch, I got into a workshop last week.. reeaally rusty, but i kinda like some of them. Was going for a more contour technique so i didnt have to worry about shading really..
also a few head drawings from various time periods
Nice sketches Stephan,
If that's rusty, I can imagine your practiced work.
Can see you've been at it a long time. Gestures and line flow are so nice. I miss quik-sketch. Hope to get back in to it again soon.
Could be wrong but I think I recognize Justin as your first portrait in this batch.
stephen - i love that 2nd head study... good gestures too
keep it comin
Some really splendid stuff here and such a wide variety of styles! It's like candy to me. Keep at it!
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i'd never done life drawing before, so these'll be pretty rough.
you should check out my sketchbook.
I'm trying to come up with an easy way to draw the torso. I like this way. I basically draw two spheres and conect them in the middle like clay. Then I mark off specific areas and slap some shade on top. I'll move onto backs, heads, arms, hands, legs, feet, and then the complete figure. These were done from photos I found online
I love this thread. Everyone has done such a great job.
I'm new to the forums, but I'm a game artist in Boston who used to be at the Watts Atelier years ago and I see some of those sort of life drawings up here and thought it would be fun to post some of mine and get some feedback and hopefully these images link up right...
Great thread. Nuff said.
thread should probably get deleted or closed, there are some children surfin' on internet.....
I'm new here and I love this thread, lots of interesting stuff to study from.
Personnally i started to do nude session drawing 6 month ago. I have drawn all my life but drawing from these session brought me to another level of liveliness in my line.
wow I like these, martin!
added yellow and some texture in photoshop, I hope it's ok!
3 hour pose