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Old 01-13-2018, 05:43 PM
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Use to denote nudity/mature subject matter Setting the tone.

Seem to have forgotten how to represent tone in short periods of time.

First some 10 minute poses using line.



Long pose an hour (with some missing shadows).



A long drawing about 2 hours.



There are two 5 minute drawing here and two 10 but one of each on each page.



A couple of 5 minutes.



A 20 minute pose, I just had time to draw the outlines of the shadows.



Long pose 20 minutes, some shadows drawn.



Some 10 and 15 minute watercolours and water soluble pencil.



About 1 hour coloured pencil and then charcoal.



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Strong work Nathan, again I am enjoying the coloured pencils.
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Re: Setting the tone.

Good shapes, Nathan. I love the two hour at the beginning, and the yellow watercolor.

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Re: Setting the tone.

Wonderful, Nathan! Enjoyed them all. I am envious of the one and two hours!
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Re: Setting the tone.

Thanks Bill. I think the coloured pencils work for longer periods.

Kate thanks.

Thanks Bethany.
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Re: Setting the tone.

I dont think youve forgotten too much
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Lovely stuff. I'm a fan of the coloured pencils
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Re: Setting the tone.

You get a lot done and it’s all good stuff! The watercolours are my pick of this bunch. Very spontaneous and capture the poses well. The coloured pencil is also a very satisfying piece.
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Always amazing works from you. I actually love the unfinished look of the 20min pose, with just outlines for the shadows.

is there a tattoo (lip shape?) near the stomach of the model on the first pix?
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