Saturday, July 14, 2007

Friday life drawing





Some drawings on animation paper with Stabilo Aquarellable. 2,3 and 5 minute poses (not in that order)

8 comments:

  1. wow, beautiful!

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  2. These are really really impressive Dee.

    What is aquarellable?

    You're getting a mention on my blog - I've got round to Manet! ;)

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  3. Wonderful ... you inspire us all.

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  4. Thank you all for your comments and support. I had a good drawing day and love the Friday drawing group of people at Disney. Plus, I love the fact that I can still sneak in there and draw.
    A Stabilo Aquarellable is a great pencil made to work on paper, glass, plastic and metal. Most people use it on glass. It's waxy and very dark. I use a tissue and a brush with water to get the wash on my drawings. I brought a group of kids another version of this pencil that is less waxy and more graphite-like and every single one of their drawings were fantastic. I highly recommend either pencil!

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  5. These are fantastic! Not just well-rendered figures, but artfully sublime. The varying line weight is so effective in conveying the nuances of the curves.

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  6. Nice Dee. The third from the top is my fav.

    MAC

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  7. Dee, these are just gorgeous! Very different in feel from the last ones you posted (if I remember correctly.) These are almost Rodinesque in their fluid confidence.

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  8. really lovely. The third one down (or third from the top) is especially nice. Reminds of the Vargas Girls (pin up girls) from the 40s.

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