figure studies

charcoal
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pencils – sanguine and white on seashell flecked paper
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charcoal
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3 Comments

  • July 31, 2007 - 1:24 pm | Permalink

    DUDE!!! Awesome drawings!!! I love the top one and the last one!!! Great pushing of the forms and boney landmarks throughout the body! Awesome post dude!

    Great George Carlin post as well.

    ~!WoOtWoOt!~

  • November 29, 2007 - 9:59 am | Permalink

    Hey Robert, great figure studies. Lines are simple, yet confident. I had no idea where to start with figure drawing classes either…but this link was passed onto me from other artist. Check it out: http://www.artistresource.org/lifedraw.htm

    I’ve only tried one place since I carpool into the city. But I’ve been inquiring other artist about some recommended places. So far, I’ve only tried Precita Arts in the Mission. It’s a small and laid back atmosphere. Mike, who runs the sessions is very down to earth. There’s an average of 3-5 people that show up, so plenty of room to move around, but the models hold the same pose for 2 hours. So if you’re into long poses, go for it. Lemme know if you find any session interesting in the Bay Area. Thanks.

  • July 1, 2008 - 3:40 am | Permalink

    Beautiful Robert!

    I love your drawings. Most of the time I prefer drawings to paintings :)

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