Life Drawing

grizandnorm:

Life Drawing 09/18/14

Always interesting to deal with “wild” hair. I usually try to push it in a shape that accentuate the feel of the pose.

-Norm

momga:

the male model likes my drawings. during the break, he came to me and praised my drawings yesterday. happy!

momga:

the male model likes my drawings. during the break, he came to me and praised my drawings yesterday. happy!

phillipdvorak:

One of my figure drawings - charcoal on paper (20 minute pose).

phillipdvorak:

One of my figure drawings - charcoal on paper (20 minute pose).

phillipdvorak:

One of my figure drawings - charcoal on paper (20 minute pose).

phillipdvorak:

One of my figure drawings - charcoal on paper (20 minute pose).

thefiguredrawingblog:

We often feel obligated to get the “the whole figure” down on the page. We feel rushed for time because we’re trying to noodle every little detail. Why? Our eyes can’t focus on every detail of a figure at once, so drawing in that way is untrue to our vision. We need to understand hierarchy not only on the page but as it applies to our own two eyes.
-T

thefiguredrawingblog:

We often feel obligated to get the “the whole figure” down on the page. We feel rushed for time because we’re trying to noodle every little detail. Why? Our eyes can’t focus on every detail of a figure at once, so drawing in that way is untrue to our vision. We need to understand hierarchy not only on the page but as it applies to our own two eyes.

-T