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  • Make It Come Alive, But Not Like Frankenstein

    Stacy in Chalk by Rob Liberace, chalk pencil drawing, 14 x 22. I wholeheartedly believe that a drawing of a human figure should look like it has the potential for physical movement and action. Not a creepy, unnatural animation, but more of a direct relation to the actual human form. Our bodies are always...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 6 Apr 2014
    Filed under: figure drawing, pencil drawing, life drawing, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics
  • Drawing Basics: Look at John Singer Sargent's Swirls and Squiggles

    Sketch of a Man by John Singer Sargent, charcoal drawing. Adapted from an article by Mark G. Mitchell. Looking at a John Singer Sargent's drawings, I really can't mistake them for anything but the work of his hand. His line work is so thin, firm, and consistent, even in figure drawings full of...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by Courtney Jordan on 23 Mar 2014
    Filed under: drawing, Drawing Basics, figure drawing, how to draw, how to draw people, pencil drawing, sketching, How to Paint
  • Sketch Away: Our Free eBook of Pencil Drawing Lessons

    The drama of this charcoal and pencil drawing by Lilian Wescott Hale is in the bold contrast of value of the figure's skin, dress, and hair. I love all kinds of art: super complicated installations, amazing marble sculptures, and virtuosic canvases filled with color and form. But when it comes down...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 13 Feb 2014
    Filed under: how to draw, figure drawing, pencil drawing, sketching, Drawing Basics, Art
  • Drawing Basics: On Midtone Paper

    My pencil drawing, Alley , was the result of a 40-minute pose that I did a few weeks ago. Let’s get right down to the business of drawing. I attend life drawing classes twice a week at Spring Street Studios, and for many years now, I’ve been drawing figures on Rives BFK Tan printmaking paper...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by dmaidman on 23 Oct 2013
    Filed under: drawing, Drawing Basics, figure drawing, how to draw, how to draw people, pencil drawing, life drawing, drawing anatomy, street art
  • They Can Be Moody, Too

    I'll admit that in the past I have been guilty of thinking of colored pencil art as colorful and bright and not necessarily able to be coupled with serious subjects or moody narratives. But that was my own bias. As I've spent time looking at sketchbooks of draftsmen creating colored pencil art...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 3 Feb 2013
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, figure drawing, pencil drawing, sketching, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, Art, colored pencil
  • Armed

    Still after some of the bigger drawings. This is also 30x40.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Brian Parker on 23 Jan 2012
    Filed under: drawing, woman, girl, female, figure drawing, Pencil Drawing, sexy drawing
  • Am I in Trouble

    I wanted to do another large work but I opted to only go 30x40.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Brian Parker on 15 Jan 2012
    Filed under: drawing, woman, girl, female, figure drawing, Pencil Drawing, sexy drawing
  • All Tied Up

    Posted to Member Gallery by Brian Parker on 9 Jan 2012
    Filed under: drawing, woman, girl, female, figure drawing, Pencil Drawing, sexy drawing
  • Jeremy No.2

    9x12, Graphite on w/c paper
    Posted to Member Gallery by jfite on 3 Apr 2010
    Filed under: pencil, drawing, portrait, graphite, figurative, child, children, boy, figure, 9 X 12, Portraits, figure drawing, pencil on paper, child portrait, Pencil portrait drawings, boys, Pencil Drawing, portrait pencil graphite people children, figurative drawing, drawings, Drawing/Graphite, commissiononed portrait, children portrait, children portraits, commissioned
  • "UNEXPLAINED OCCURRENCE" (C) 2005 JON HUL

    This is a black & white graphite pencil drawing rendered on illustration board, measuring 28" X 20" (vertical). The model is Shae Marks. This art piece (as with most other art pieces) was purposely rendered for my book- "Jon Hul Sketch Book; Vol. 1". It is a 48 page soft-cover...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 30 Dec 2009
    Filed under: figurative, figure drawing, Pencil Drawing, photo-realism, graphite drawing, semi-nude drawing
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