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Female torso study. Yep, she’s quite nude.Charcoal and pastel pencil. About 20 × 30 cm.Original sold.
2nd Place in Pencil Drawing – Drawn Nudes challenge -March 2011
More nudes this way……
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Yup, it is a nude. Can I say WOW! I love the tummy definition and the hands are very well drawn. The over all tone is very pleasing and the drawing as a whole is BAM! In your face! Well done!
Yep, she certainly is. lol.Thanks Trenton, I appreciate your thoughts!
Awesome study !!
Sarah, this is fantastic. Incredible work!
Thanks Cathy! It’s based on moiself ;) Haha
Don’t we all wish! Seriously though, I can see a big reaction on this piece in Broadbeach! It really is amazing work.
Thanks Cathy! Very kind of you. I need to organize something soon for next changover I think!
The way you have drawn the strokes into the flow of her body, changing direction when the form requires, gives the flesh a sense of substance for lack of a better word…..all in all Brilliant work.~ben
That’s so kind of you Ben, thankyou!
a beautiful rendering… well executed… and of course, as you and everyone else already knows, incredible subject material…;-)))
Hehe, cheers James!
Wonderful tones, nicely done.
Thanks Jim, much appreciated!
Well done Sarah!! Love the tone here – very clever!! Does that mean when you draw you can correct all the …ummm…mistakes that we (think!?!) have? Wonderful work! :))
Thanks Vicki! I usually add more padding to my models, I prefer curves. But as far as flaws go, hey they can stay there ;)