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February Figure Drawing at the Society of Illustrators

We had one male and one female model at the Society of Illustrators Sketch Night the last time that I attended.  I rarely get to sketch male models, and sketched him as much as possible.  Here are some of my drawings.

I'm still working in an 8.5 x 11 inch Sketch Book with a 9B pencil.  My drawings keep getting bigger, meaning that I rarely capture anything below the knees.  But my scanner limits the size paper I can post.  A dilemma!

Three 2 Minute Sketches:

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One 5 Minute Sketch:

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Two Ten Minute Sketches

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Comments

I love that first ten minute sketch. Drawing men is something I've never really done. I have a book with nude models in them, but somehow always turn to the women. (A live drawing class would be wonderful, but is not really available nearby unfortunately, hence the book.)

Wow...great job!

I like the back view with the hands clasped, nice pose.

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