This blog...

...was initially for pieces done on a computer, but has since become a free-for-all. Here you'll find process work (digital and otherwise), sketch pages and studies, sometimes with commentary.

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Monday, July 19, 2010

lifedrawing log - 07.19.10

2 hour pose, and I had to leave early. After missing the last couple weeks it felt good to return, even if it took me 3 false starts to get something even remotely resembling what was going on here. And now, looking at it, I see I should have taken a more dramatic viewpoint. So frontal, especially that left arm, bleugh! Earlier versions were slightly better rendered, but I realized the drawings underneath weren't even deserving of such treatment.

The young lady next to me was doing a much better job of sinking the model's head into that pillow, and even took the liberty of turning the face down into it slightly to avoid the frontal-ness. Smart thinking!

I should have tried wonking it, more like this...

Some sweaty mouthbreather in the front row took a cell phone call and chit-chatted like there wasn't a naked girl in front of him, or a whole room of busy artists behind him. So tacky. So impolite. I'm sorry, but if you get a call at a function like this, take it outside.


Grace Liu said...

This looks amazing as usual. Nice work with all the turning volumes in space!

Jordan Lamarre-Wan said...

Cool drawings man, nice to see the thought process behind it.

Søren Bendt said...

good stuff as usual man.
also people who talk on the cell phone during a life-drawing session should be shot.