Tuesday, December 22, 2009

figure #36 *Updated*

Update-I found this picture taken with my phone of an early stage of the drawing. It will give you an idea of the method. This is about 15 minutes into the 90 minutes drawing. I try to block in and get the gesture right before moving onto any detail.

A slightly different arrangement of the lighting made this drawing a 100% more interesting. I was very happy with most of the results.

13 comments:

Tony Montaño said...

I agree, much more interesting than traditional lighting. Great job!

Mary Bullock said...

Love dramatic lighting!

Felixantos said...

very artistic, great!!!!

I love your art!!!!! master!!!xDDDD

Felixantos

rinaj said...

beautiful. great lighting.

Faboun'e said...

Just keep drawing for make amazing works like this..!
It's beautiful art.!
Thx
Great !

Marcos Mateu said...

Nice light rendering and assertivenes of the shapes!

Boris Andreev said...

I love this drawing. Great light...
Have a Sweet Christmas!

Cheers from Vancouver,
B.

Adrian Lubbers said...

Excellent as usual. I love seeing the progressions.

shail2chouhan said...
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Richtoon said...

Inspirational! Why have I not stumbled on this blog before?? I bow my head in shame!

Miguel Garrido . illustrator said...

Excelentes estudios del natural. Felices fiestas.

tokyobanana said...

I m a french drawer working in animation and I 'm going oftenly trough your blofg , this post is as always , so instructive and elegant , cheers . Bravo sincerly
Emmanuel

Nilesh Nevgi said...

great lighting n feel of Flesh.