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    Question on paper size for life drawing

    Hey everyone, it's been a long time since I've been to a figure drawing session (last time would have been probably around november), but I'm finally going back to one this wednesday (shoud be at least). When I did them last time I did them for a class, and they were done on 18" x 24" pads of newspaper/drawing paper. I'd use those pads again, however, I forgot to bring them back with me when I came back up for school . So my question is whether I should try to stick to large drawings like the one's I did for that class, or if drawing in my sketchbook (11" X 14") would be just as good?

    edit: oooo woops, just saw someone pretty much answered my question in another thread; gotta remember to look at the front page before I search hehe
    Last edited by Onir; January 30th, 2006 at 09:39 PM.
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