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Tuesday, December 13, 2011


So as promised I combed through a couple of the old sketchpads for some life drawing.
These are most of my favorite ones. The bottom right darwing is pretty recent but everything else is from a while ago. Makes me think I should be getting back to life drawing on a more regular basis.The top right one is probaly my favorite, just because I got her looking so sultry.
This page is comprised of three of my favorite models to draw. Rocking the mask, there's Duncan. I generally have pretty good drawing days whenever he's the model because he knows how to strike a good pose. The Girl with the glasses, I believe her name is Sascha. I love drawing her because she's like something out of an old french movie, like right after they started making movies in colour. I wish I could find the drawings of the time her and her boyfriend did doubles together. She's fantastic though. The girl with the nice big bum there, that's my friend Tiira. I actually hooked her up with the modeling gig that day. I find her really fun to draw.
Here's a few more I found while combing through the sketch pad. I didn't find all the ones I really wanted to post, but did find a few I'd forgotten about. I had forgotten completely about the two in the bottom left corner. That's another model that deserves a shout out actually. I think her name's Sophie. The doubles drawing from the first page, that's her and her boyfriend. Every once in a while I'll run into them at the bar and he'll introduce me as "the guy that drew them naked that one time."
The last page here is all stuff I did while I was in college. It was on my old hard drive, and I still like alot of it, so I figured I'd toss it up too. My favorite peice on this page is the one at the bottom. By far my favorite peice of life drawing I did in college. Those are my friends Debby and Shanna. Debby had agreed to model for me, and Shanna was in the room studying when Debby pointed out she could study and model at the same time. Ended up turning out pretty good. The freaky looking dude in the top right corner actually isn't a real person. We took a class trip to see these sculptures at the national gallery that looked really life like. There was a giant baby and other cool stuff. That dude actually sat 14 feet high.
Anyway, I got some more shark riders I've been inking, probaly won't be throwing them up until January though. Did find a few other hidden gems in those sketch pads I might be tossing up real soon, as well as some commisions I've got on the go for christmas.

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