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Drawing Attempts ala Reichel (1 Viewer)

Reichelina

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Looks weird.
Oh well, I'll just Shake it Off,
Hehe,
 

Mermaid

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All the art work posted here makes me want to draw again! It has been a while so I am extremely rusty. What I like most about them is how one can connect easily with them, gives them a life like sense. :)
 

Reichelina

Senior Member
All the art work posted here makes me want to draw again! It has been a while so I am extremely rusty. What I like most about them is how one can connect easily with them, gives them a life like sense. :)

Hello Mermaid! Thanks for taking a look.

Go for it! Draw again! :) I also had that on and off thing with drawing.
It was just this year that I touched my pencils again. I wish I get better and better at it though.

It relieves stress too. Bonus!
 

SilverMoon

WF Veterans
I have to say I loved scanning down your work and reading all the exchanges. And I can see how your shading improved along the way. Love shading. I feel like I'm sculpting (ha, feel the same way when it comes to writing poetry)

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Originally Posted by sigmadog You can also look at the underlying anatomy to understand how the bones, muscles and tendons work together. Understanding anatomy vastly improves your ability to translate the figure to paper.

So, true. Years back I enrolled in an anatomy class. I was so excited! Could not wait to draw the underlying of the human form! But NOT (at first) He had us drawing skeletons of fish and reptiles. Finally, we got to human form. I learned allot - getting to the bare bones :wink:

Will get some skeletons out of the closet and send them your way.

Keep drawing. You have a real natural knack for giving expression. Like that sly look on Kate!
 
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