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Keeping stuff is good #8

It’s another life drawing from that sketchbook I recently unearthed and opened. This one is in colored soluble crayons. I was going strictly for form on a flat plane. I wanted to keep things as simple as possible with a … Continue reading

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Keeping stuff is good #07

It’s another nude from that sketchbook I recently unearthed an open. She’s drawn from life but abstracted to emphasize her bulk and gravity. She’s a terrific model. She knows how to come up with interesting poses without going over the … Continue reading

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No Nudes Is Bad News

Every now and again I read a comment or have a conversation about “life-drawing,” that is drawing or painting a posing model. It’s mostly about the model posing with no clothes on. The comments range from “woo, woo” to starching … Continue reading

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The Censor

Don’t toss stuff out I put some marks on a piece of paper two or three years ago, didn’t know where I was going with it and put it away. It reappeared the other day when I was cleaning out … Continue reading

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