This drawing was originally
thought to explore flexibility and elasticity of the skin and face. I wanted the face to litterally
As I quickly approached the design of this aging but strong character, it reminded me of the pose that dogs
occasionally take, letting all the weight of their head on their paws. That is where I took the direction
of trying to personify boredom.
This is just a quick attempt
at discribing sensuality and erotism particularly through the facial expression. The drawing is
more constrained and static than other figure studies on this page.
This was an experimentation on the subject of movement
and how to imply progressing movement on a static image.
For my first study of chiaroscuro,
I chose a beautiful photography from Jorge Parra. While the photography has a strong contrast and allows
for much more variation of shades, I just quickly sketched this one to become more acquainted with the technique.
My third attempt at chiaroscuro was more successful. A striking image from
photographer Henrik Agelby was used for this drawing. I will definitely explore further the technique as I
find it captivating. It brings to this flat representation, a unique sense of depth
My second attempt at chiaroscuro,
I chose a photography from Roger tassin. His style being much softer than the previous images herein, I tried to
add a stronger contrast to the image to end up with a closer representation of the light/shade technique. I felt
much more confortable after this drawing and after my successful attempt at Henrik Agelby`s piece.
This is another sketch to explore
movement on a static medium. The lines are much stronger but fluid than the previous attempt. The image is more dynamic and
eventually provide the bases for developing a particular style.
New tutorial in the resource section on how to use softbodies to simulate rigid bodies dynamic.
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