posted by PEPE at 11:53 PM
Hey man these look oh so nice! I think my favorite is the second to last. You captured so much with so little and that's what really great life drawing is about, well for me anyway. Economy of line, that's the key my friend, and you obviously have it. Great stuff as always! Later tater!
How long are these poses? shuch great detail and shadding.
These are some wonderful studies Robin! Man, I need to get back to doing some life drawing.
awesome as usual Robin, very wieghty and great rendering. Inspiring!!!
These are great! Keep up the awesome work.
Excellent life drawing, great poses.thanks for your visit to my blog.
the volume and rendering on the top piece are beeeeea-utiful
I am ashamed... T_T
Beautiful life drawings Robin, Can't wait to see more!
these are really nice man. i especially like the last one. she looks like a powerhouse.
thanks everyone!! the last one really bugs me!! her foot is just way too big!! grrrrr my blindness!! hopefully next time i will eliminate what i consider are medium issue!! i now have access to my pitt pencils and that should give me the control i am looking for!!hey miah, you sure are right about the economy of line!! thank man!! hopefully i wont forget it next time!!hehehehe hey kev, they range from 5, 10 and 30 minutes
Man, these are terrific! I especially like the way you used the eraser to highlight the ribs in the first drawing, and I also love the hands in the third drawing.
Love the one with her crouched over. Awesome
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