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    Clay's Sketches *Nudity can and will ensue*

    Hey thanks for visiting, here are some of my sketches and figure studies. Not much besides pencil here I'm afraid, but I am learning to use my Wacom.
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    sorry about the single subject stuff here, will post more as I dig them up. This is fun!
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    actually the lips are my wife's, she was paying bills one day and I sat down and drew them. I used to do hands a lot, hence the above fist...i'll try and post some more soon. I use photographs a lot to study anatomy because I don't have the means for a life-study class or anything.

    Thanks for the kind words!
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    Here are a couple more I found, the boy is me as a kid
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    actually the lips are my wife's
    Damn. I was gonna say "mmmm... yum" but I guess I can't go there now, can I?

    Great start, now all you have to do is keep it up!
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    HAHA Hai! No worries brother, they are 'yum' ;-)
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    Nice studies! Looks like your wife got some tasty lips Nice rendering on those! Keep up with the studies
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    Kinda minimalistic but I like it. I like the simplistic figure studies as well.

    I'd like to see some more figure and color studies from you.
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    drat, i knew color would come up sooner or later...*sigh* ok, time to break down and buy a Wacom, btw - what do you mean by minimalistic? Too little objectivity or not enough detail?

    Thanks for the praise! If something looks funny let me know!
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    Minimalistic in a sense that the figure sketches don't get to far with line variety or rendering. But I understand that most of them were intentionally drawn that way. Quick gestures are a great way to warm up but I would suggest you try and do a few good finished pieces.
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    couple more...

    Yes, I agree, I have some I just have to go get them from my mother (gave her most of my completed work) to scan. Rest assured, I'll get em posted!!

    An any event, here are some more quickies just because I have them...
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    Seems like you are making up most of the anatomy of these, but I still like the quick sense of motion you have with the pencilwork.
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    Sorry about that, I see what you mean. I do tend to break muscle apart into shapes, this helps me remember the general look and shape of the anatomy. For me, I have trouble drawing the female body, therefore I am trying to piece the parts together any way I can. Ultimately my goal is to draw an accurate figure from my head alone without a reference. I am influenced by the Marvel way of doing things so I'm trying to break away from that lately by doing nude studies.
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