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I was on vacation, and I brought some pictures and some pens and some paper, and well ... this happened. It's not really art, because as is usual when it comes to ballpoint pen drawings, I use it mainly as theraphy. Something to keep my mind and hands busy.

This is Loki from the movie "Thor", played by Tom Hiddleston.
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Just a few drawings I had in my sketchbook. I need to get that whole thing scanned and perma-recorded... hah! Most of this stuff is done in pen. A couple were pencil when I ran out of ink.. (but pen is my fav)

I love doing these studies because it gives me good ideas for posing my characters - many times Ill draw the model 3 or 4 times and ill be able to redraw the pose perfectly from memory. By the 4th time I draw the pose, I really understand how the body weaves itself together.. if that makes sense...

Thanks for lookin! Hope to update more soon
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Okay, these aren't that new since I already posted them awhile back on my journal, however I wanted to get them all grouped as one and posted here finally.

Older life-drawing stuff (mostly females for this deviation, I wasn't that satisfied with most of the male ones I drew).

-Wyna
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just some sketches i did a while ago ....
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Tree 5.. :)
This is a really big tree on campus. Unlike the other four tree sketches, I spent days on this one.
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... nothing to see here, move along...


you guys were right, i really needed some practise. My female anatomy knowledge is pretty bad so probably need to practise more.

Any way I had way to much fun doing this :XD:.
Even if people advised me not to draw anime i still did =p, guess I'm a bit to stubborn but it was to much fun :).

Special thanks:
:iconmjranum-stock: and his wonderful models.
I strongly advice his gallery for any anatomy study.

Darker Than Black - Shikkoku no Hana
Fun comic to read while drawing interesting action poses!

Greetings,

Z

(btw does any one knows a good site to read online manga's? i use onemanga.com but they don't even got ghost in the shell -_-)
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WARNING: big size is big.


Alright, so after someone much smarter than myself pointed out to me that, as long as I have a digital camera, I don't necessarily need a scanner, I figured I should start posting some of the stuff I've been up since I started attending University. You will have to excuse the quality though.
Anyway, this is just some life drawing from class. I wish we did it far more often than just Mondays, but, we don't. Anyway, I really can't remember how long each of these took. They vary in size, the two on the top being roughly A2, the three on the bottom roughly A3. Done with a mechanical pencil and HB lead.
Let me know your thoughts!
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25 hours
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Since a lot of younger viewers watch me I debated if I should upload this or not. So I made sure that I labeled it mature content. Really just shows my horrible rendering of a womans milk duds, but I don't want any parents to get upset or anything.

Artists have to draw people in the nude to better understand human autonomy. That is the purpose of these drawings.
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'There's a lady who's sure
all that glitters is gold
and she's buying a stairway to heaven...'

-Led Zeppelin

I thought perhaps I should give some artists other than the Beatles some attention. To start with. It won't be long (yeah) 'til the Beatles have their turn. :D

Prismacolor pencils on Strathmore 2.5 x 3.5 trading card, 2012.

Thanks to :iconmihraystock: for reference on the fantastic stairway, which looks surreal enough itself; I hardly needed the nebula.

Sales from all ACEOs drawn in June go to support the Community Music Institute's scholarship fund. The CMI is operated out of the University of Oregon, and provides musical studies for local children and teenagers. The links between music and academic success is well documented, and music is a crucial element of culture which, unfortunately, is one of the first to lose funding in tight economic times. I've seen firsthand a very impressive performance by these young musicians, so I know the CMI has some superb teachers.

This card is available on Etsy [link] along with many others from last month's set.

More in this series:

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