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Running Nude

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Oil on Canvas Paper - 12X16
Inspired by the brilliant artist Roberto Ferri, I tried this quick oil sketch to attempt a dynamic action pose.
Image details
Image size
3459x3445px 6.4 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Shutter Speed
1/99 second
Aperture
F/7.1
Focal Length
50 mm
ISO Speed
1600
Date Taken
Jul 31, 2015, 3:38:56 AM
Sensor Size
15mm
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Attempted and succeeded.

mybearboo's avatar
💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼
HarryBelton's avatar
Beautifully done!
KanchanMahon's avatar
Wonderful sense of power and movement!
KanchanMahon's avatar
Always a pleasure!
rylstone's avatar
Sense of power nicely captured.
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Mandinga91's avatar
i love this one! its just so natural!
metamage's avatar
EXQUISITE. Beautiful modelling.
DeLumine's avatar
Thank you very much.
TheCordialArtist's avatar
Great form from behind. The lighting on the muscles help to bring out the definition. Nice work. :) 
DeLumine's avatar
Thank you very much.
Djake's avatar
Great capture of the rolling muscles!  All those diagonals also give a great sense of movement.
NismyFForm's avatar
Beautiful artwork, the flow of the body is very life-like. :thumbsup:
DeLumine's avatar
Thank you very much.
Rabid-Ginger-Pro's avatar
Very nice lighting/shadow! I can only hope to be this good someday.
DeLumine's avatar
Thank you for the kind comment!
ClairObscur16's avatar
Ah! Génial! ( I don't find the english word) I regret the absence of the ankles and feet.... I like ankles! ( and knees, and shoulders. Did you watch the knees of the Man - created by God- at the Sixtine ceiling?  When young, I spent one hour admiring them!)
DeLumine's avatar
Thank you so much! - and yes, I like knees and ankles too! Michelangelo's works were one of the main inspirations for me to want to learn how to paint.
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