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    anatomy studies
    E.M. Gist life drawing/ Updated 9/20/10 post 196
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    from Bridgman
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    hand and foot studies
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    from Phil Hale and Robert McGinnis
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    Misc. stuff
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    Always a treat!
    Congratulations on getting into Spectrum 14! (no surprise )

    What did you get in?
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    Some of the best life drawings I've ever seen. Thanks.
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    Gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous...
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    I'm guessing you use the side of the pencil for the braod shadows and the point fo detail work, yeah...

    How do you hold your hand when you draw with that?
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    you make me wanna lick all that charcoal off the page! wonderful work!
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    Fantastic show of observation, thanks for sharing. And as IdiotApathy asked, what did you get in?

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    Idiot Apathy- Thank you very much, the piece I got in is the cover for "To Sleep With Evil"
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    DecktillDawn- Jeremy right? I was checking out your thread, very impressive stuff!

    drd- More or less that is true, I will also use the "blade" of the pencil for line work. To clarify for broad strokes I use it like I am spreading butter on toast, for line work more like I am cutting a steak, and for details more like pushing a sowing needle through cloth. For all three I hold it underhand, more like a sword than a tradition pencil

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    Erik, this stuff looks awesome. Bold, punchy, strong. I love it man. Definitely less "Jeff" and more "you." Awesome. Glad I randomly logged on here, lol. -kyle
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    i have to agree with torgovix
    very inspiring

    More or less that is true, I will also use the "blade" of the pencil for line work. To clarify for broad strokes I use it like I am spreading butter on toast, for line work more like I am cutting a steak, and for details more like pushing a sowing needle through cloth. For all three I hold it underhand, more like a sword than a tradition pencil
    that's the greatest way i've ever heard anybody describe underhand drawing. great for kids imaginations :

    when drawing this way, i always have trouble on the core shadow. specially like on your anatomy studies what type of strokes do you use for it?
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    Always a treat to see your stuff E.M.Gist ! Awesome as usual! Thanks for sharing this and congrats on S14! Cheers.
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    awsome sthread need more.
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