I think these are great! I love the "lost shadow". Ok I just made that up. what do YOU call it when you leave the shadow less finished? :)
no idea, it is just one of those things that Howard Pyle taught and N.C. Wyeth practiced. So, I try to do it when I can.
I love the way you have your command on all the mediums...really!
WOW your studies are fantastic
Nice, i love that piece at the top. I have a question, do you use kneadable eraser, regular, or white to pick up the lighter tones? I used to use kneadable, but lately i feel it takes too long to pick up the tones with it, so i started just using a white nu-pastel to try and achieve the same thing. But still can't seem to get the form out as nice and clean as your drawings..
I use a kneaded eraser. I found that if I use white to pick out highlights it can get pretty muddy and fast. I kind of ran through my process a little on this post.http://adamscreation.blogspot.com/2006/08/process-for-mark.htmlMaybe that helps???
Nice work!-All the best,Mariuszwww.mariuszkornatka.posterous.com
I don't know yet, but I'll come back and complain if it doesn't, hahaThanks Adam
What are these, pencil, charcoal? I love when you post these life drawing works.
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Size is good
Hi, nice to meet you! Your works are an inspiration for me. I follow you.
Well, your "old stuff" are wonderful too!
Tell me about it! .. but then we all dig new stuff, even if it is old to you ;)
Maravilhoso! Real! Está vivo.
Wow, really love your work. Fantastic. Keep the great drawings coming.- JoshKeller Car Tinting
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