Category Archives: Figure Drawing

“And the Legend was Born in the Wild Land.” — FINAL

Well, here is my final for my Drawing for Animation class. Thanks to everyone who encouraged me to not take the easy path. I don’t know if this is totally what I was imagining, but that’s one of the big challenges of being an artist–bridging the gap between what you can imagine and what you can realize.

Anyway, I hope you like it.

This illustration is a continuation of the of the figure drawing of the cowboy that I did a few weeks ago. I was really trying to convey the potential for greatness that he had in his future as a cowboy. Not in wishing that he was somewhere else than he was.

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Cowboy

Here’s a drawing I just finished in my figure drawing class. It was a 2-day sustained pose.

I couldn’t stop thinking of my dad when I was doing this. This one’s for you, dad.

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Head study

Had a good time tonight in my figure drawing class. We are focusing on the head and so tonight was a 3 hour long pose. I’m pretty happy with it and so I thought I’d share.

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Oh, and by the way, I entered the drawing that I did a couple weeks ago (below) in a student figure drawing show and won third place!

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Figure Drawings

I’m currently taking Advanced Figure drawing and I’m really loving it. Even though I may not doing much life drawing for my career, I want to keep practicing. It’s still a dream of mine to have a dedicated art studio in whatever house we end up in.

Anyway. Here are some recent drawings. The last one is the most recent.

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My instructor for this class is David McClellan. His art is terrific, check it out at http://davemcclellan.blogspot.com/

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