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Disney Life Drawing Session 02

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Mature  |  Published: October 5, 2009
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From the same life drawing session... I'm not exactly sure why I changed the color to green. It just seems more interesting that way.
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elipseProfessional Filmographer
Thanks!
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ElmiraSoloProfessional Filmographer
Nice lifedrawing

I'm soooo jelous. I want to do life drawing. All the life drawing studios are too far away from me TT
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Thanks! Are there any colleges around you that have an art program? They may offer figure drawing.
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All the colleges are far away. There are life drawing studios that I know but it would be too far to go. I'll try to find something around here but so far there has been no luck.

:P
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do you guys really have nude figure drawing classes? like in the movies or tv shows?
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I'm not sure what movies or shows you're referring to, but yes. You have model sessions at art school as well. SCAD had them every weekend. The models were always nude though. Sometimes the models here are clothed or in costume.
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oh that's cool! i wonder what the nude figures are thinking about when they're posing... They must feel very self-concious, i bet.
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Naw a lot of them are very comfortable with it. They wouldn't be doing it if they didn't really like modeling in the nude.
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PuppyAkamaruHobbyist General Artist
hmmm... i guess that's true. but still though, i would be embarrassed as fuck.
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Is this charcoal or pencil? You've got some good movement and shape in this way. I like it the best out of all the ones you posted.
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Its pencil. I dont like charcoal very much. Its way too messy for my sketchbook. It's really nice for rendering large pieces though. Thanks! I agree, the Disney life drawing pictures are my favorites too.
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TheArtofAdamKnightStudent Filmographer
I agree. I love drawing with col-erase pencils the most. Charcoal is messing and sometimes harder to work with.
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Yeah, charcoal is way too messy for my tastes. I remember hating Drawing I back at school because it was nothing but charcoal. XD
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Haha, yeah, I got really frustrated in my first semester too when we had to draw with charcoal and they make you use the over had approach where you draw with the side of your pencil. I so agree!
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Nice sense of perspective. I love the simplistic shading job you did on the piece, as well. (Oh, and the foot is very Chris Sanders-ish. I take it you were inspired. Heheh.) Great work! :D

-- Mitch
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Thanks! Yeah, I've been really inspired by Chris Sanders work. He makes figure drawing more fun. =D
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You're most welcome!

Yep. He's most inspirational. I love his style. :aww:

-- Mitch
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I thought that looked a bit like his style. I could really tell in the legs and feet. Looks great!
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Thanks! Yeah, I love how he draws curves. I've been trying to incorporate that element into my work.
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