Saturday, August 04, 2012

Back to Life

Today I went to a drawing marathon from 10 am to 4 pm.
The model used some props...
A rope that hangs from an overhead bar...
A box...
And a shovel...

Finally, a little scenario.
Needless to say, it was a wonderful day at the studio!
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25 comments:

  1. Three minute drawings! Girl, you can draw! I love all these!

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  2. These are some great drawings, the way you use line is so refreshing. The pose on the last drawing, the man with the head in his hands, reminds me of a Van Gogh.

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  3. Great sketches, almost like twisted wires. I like the continuous lines.

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  4. Great line work and I like your choice of colored papers.

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  5. You too have marathon run,Nora, with your wonderful pencil! Great interpretation of the figure in motion!

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  6. Each pose looks so natural. To achieve that in three minutes shows talent.

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  7. Oh! Your speed drawings leave me breathless with wonder! And what a fantastic model you had to be so versatile with the poses. I do love looking at your drawings and paintings so much. Thank you.

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  8. It looks like it was a fabulous day at the studio. I so love your loose lines, Nora.

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  9. Love your spirited gesture/contour drawings of these nudes with props, Nora! Looks like you had a blast!

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  10. Wonderful action. You captured it all so well. Looks like fun. Thanks for sharing the joy.

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  11. Hai Nora:) I wish I a just a little bit of your talent. Your figures are very nice!

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  12. So much great stuff! The three with the chair are particularly nice and the one with his head between his knees is really terrific. Lots of emotion and tension. Six hour drawing marathon sounds really cool!

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  13. Ooh, I am so envious of such a productive sketching day! They are great sketches! :0)

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  14. I love how your quick line sketches capture so much vigor and motion while staying true to anatomical precision! Truly wonderful work, Nora. I especially love the second set with the rope and over head bar. And what a talented model - it looks like he had fun, too!

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  15. Fluent lines, fabulous figure drawing as usual. Nice to see that you are back. =)

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  16. These show where you have developed your wonderful skill in producing figurative gesture.

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  17. Gosh you were very busy! These have such movement. They are really cool.

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  18. wow! a six hour marathon of 3 minute sketches. you must have filled several sketchbooks! i amazed at how much you can do in just three minutes. i especially like all the detail in the last set.

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  19. these are just fabulous! I remember doing drawing marathons back in the day... sigh... I was never good at the 3 to 5 minute thing though

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  20. Excellent sketches...Nora!!! That was a very long day..but what fun!! Wonderful model!!

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  21. wow, that is great.you are so lucky that you got the chance to do this...what wonderful practice. you did an amazing job!

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  22. the ultimate sketching! I need to learn how to do that so freely!
    wow.
    dana

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  23. Amazing, I do not think I'd have the staminia to draw all day long. How well you did!!! Wow!

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  24. Great job. There's no way I couldn't done as well as you in such a short time. I want to be too perfect! lol

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  25. Love your figures - full of joy and energy.

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