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some more figure drawing by Luthie13 some more figure drawing by Luthie13
More figure drawings from the life drawing session I attend, all 1-5 minute poses. These were drawn 9/29/09 I was messing around as far as style goes tonight, not aiming for strict realism. Trying to be more fluid, achieve some grace and expression in line.
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Fantastic studies! I wish my life drawing sessions went this well :(.

Although some of the proportions are bewildering (what's with his arm on the bottom right?), they still work great as sketches, capturing motion, balance, and most importantly, a sense of attitude with the figures. All of them have a great sense of weight, and you can really tell which of the poses the model had a hard time standing still for.

The interior lines are doubly impressive - a lot of people when life drawing stick with the obvious lights and shadows, but it looks more like you used the model as reference for how the body comes together, with a lot of subtle interplay between light and shadow eschewed for the big picture.

Great sketches, fantastic work for such short poses. Love it.
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Lunnett Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Do you mind if I draw pictures inspired by these? I would by no means copy your drawings, just draw things with this guy's general, I don't know what to call it... attitude?
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Fergerad Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013
awesome, i will learn a lot from your studies, thanks for share them!
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eclecticartshyt03 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
wow i luv ur style
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GauntletsTheArtist Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Ya know? I'd have put a mature filter on dis 4 an obvious reason...
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Cowgirl85DDS Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2012
Thanks for posting this! Do you mind if I use this for my advanced drawing class? I promise to give you credit!
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christineschirr Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012
This is so visually interesting. While you stay (mostly) accurate to form and proportion, there's so much of your own drawing style inherent.

Would you mind if I pinned this to an anatomy board that I'm creating for reference to other artists? I thought it would be better if I asked your permission, and if I should credit Luthien13, or your full name.

(Btw, my favorite part of all of these sketches is the calf muscles, which might be the most exaggerated feature--I think it works!)
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boog-boogs Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2012
thank you for posting do you have any tips on perspective
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RJetti Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
nice:Dlike your style:#1:
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IgnisDrakos Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2010  Student Filmographer
amazing figure study great work much better than any of my stuff lol
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ekzotik Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2010  Student Digital Artist
I am doing a life drawing class this week (my second class ever), and I am still little rusty, but these awesome sketches are a great inspiration! The poses in my drawings are pretty stiff, and what I really have to work on is the 'flow' of the figure and this great fluidity you captured so well in these few poses.

Is that a ballpoint pen you are using? How large do you do these sketches?
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