Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Short Pose Session, AVAA, Karin

Figure drawings from the AVAA ranging from 5 minutes to 30 minutes. I was sitting on the side that was completely lit, so not much light and shade to show form.










I kind of wonder sometimes if I should even be posting my figure drawings. They're not particularly fun to look at, especially not compared to watercolors, and paintings in general; And I dont really shade things in so they kind of look like coloring-book drawings. Maybe I will start posting figure drawings again when I start going more traditional with it (like with charcoal or conte or something). I dont know. As a reader of my blog, what would you say? Pare it down to only fun stuff, or do you wanna see my figure drawings (which, if anything will at least show that I am practicing and possibly growing)
I dont know. OH, a friend and I made a resolution to get together and do a still life once a week, possibly every tuesday or thursday. So you will be seeing that stuff on here soon i hope!
Thank you ever so much for visiting me blog :)
Tiffanny
 

8 comments:

coNs Oroza said...

Eh, personally I enjoy looking at life drawing pictures as much (or even more) as paintings or colored drawings, especially when they're this good!
So... please, more! haha

martinealison said...

Très jolies courbes et magnifiques mouvements dans l'ensemble de vos dessins... Bravo!
Bises

my line said...

great work......Beautiful sketches! There is so much life in those lines! Love them all:

ivanka k said...

Definitely keep in posting them, they're great! Hmm although I am not that into resolutions thinking of few for myself already. ;D

Marc McCabe said...

these are beautiful, I especially like the second one for the rib cage. I enjoyed looking at these and I think you should continue to post them :)

tiffannysketchbook said...

OK! I'll keep posting these then. They look like coloring book drawings to me :) I will try and strive for more form.

Lady Arwen of the Silver Rose said...

I think it's important to show these. Otherwise new artist's get the impression that art isn't a learning curve, and that a good artist can just snap their fingers and get perfect results each time.

Anonymous said...

Personally I love looking at figure drawings (im in a class myself) so it's really inspiring and fun to see how other people draw and what they did to achieve that result.