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08-25-2001, 03:14 PM
This one's in quite a different style from my other studies. You people don't even nearly post regularly enough :D Comments will be much appreciated.
08-25-2001, 04:29 PM
so good to c such a work from u . i was anxious about your previos works but in this one u have solved your problem with simplifying so much.
eg: look at your drawing christ, the right leg of the bigger figure, how can a shank b two parted like that . or the knees the same
u should try to c more simlified not to add such a curve that doesnt exist in a human body ;)
08-27-2001, 02:50 AM
I'm always looking for your new things.
This is a good one again. If you want some
technical comments I can tell that in this position her breast
should be less exposed to us (though I always tell: Everyone has his right for his\her own anatomy).
One personal request:I would like to see the positions of heads in your drawings more clearly - it's very interesting.
What about a few figures in one drawing (for example struggling men etc.). Isn't it an interesting idea?
Looking forward to your new ones.
09-05-2001, 01:14 PM
Thanks, guys. Maybe you're right about the breast. I looked at the figures for this drawing. 150 views and 2 comments! Aren't people very generous. It's a pity posts are so irreegular. I'dlove to see this pick up.
09-06-2001, 04:26 AM
Dont worry too much about lack of replies,there are a lot of lurkers out there who are too shy to comment although they admire. Maybe if you post in the critique section of the medium you would get a better response from those who are willing to help.
The figure can be the most difficult of motifs and certainly its study is to me a must for any aspiring artist no matter what road they eventually go down.
We at the sessions I go to, have just had a pregnant lady as our model and that was real cool.
09-07-2001, 06:29 PM
I think that if you had included the head and top portion of the shoulder it would have conveyed the rolled twist in the figure a little more. From the changing angle of the ribs and angle of the backbone it appears the breast in the correct position. Maybe if you continued the line under the arm. Personally it looks right to me.
09-07-2001, 10:07 PM
i think its beautiful,i love how you emphasize certain areas with the dark lines and how you did the rib cage. do you ever draw voluptuous women,or do you know a site where i could see some,i am just learning and would like to see some more pics,especially of females.
thanks so much for posting,you inspire me.
09-08-2001, 01:34 AM
I feel ill equiped to give you a critique but here it goes. Oh, but before I start let mention I have looked at this 3 or 4 times. I keep coming back! :)
I love the arch in the back and the legs. The breast is very nice but I agree that it seems out of sync. The breast usually has such a weight to it, that it would go towards the center of the chest at that angle, the beauty of gravity. Maybe if you want to show the breast, her shoulder would have to come back so that she was somewhat on her back and not her side but twisted, if that makes sense. Either way, I think it is beautiful!
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