Monthly Archives: May 2014

Last Gesture Drawings of the Semester!

This was our very last model for the semester – meaning if I want any more models for the next two months, I have to pay. Money. WHELP, MAY AS WELL WRITE MY COMIC BOOK. I enjoyed this model quite

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Colorizing today’s creepy drawing

Usually, our models will pose with a stick, or if they’re feeling really creative, two sticks. Today’s model raided the other art teacher’s room and came back with a deer head, two deer-less sets of antlers, a mirror, a viking

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Naked Vikings!

This model was fun – he raided another art teacher’s room and came back with a viking hat, among other things. Usually, my class will continue drawing one pose for two hours or more. I draw faster than the rest

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Big Butt, So What?

This model had the best love handles. I hope he never finds this blog. Stepped poses! All day, every day, let’s go!

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This is the same model mentioned in the Thunderthighs Challenge. Only without the thighs. My favorite is the “Happy One.” Nothing like a walmart-esque smiley face to make your figure drawings pop!

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The Thunderthighs Challenge!

I tend to draw my women with pretty bulky thighs. A couple of students in my anatomy class comment on it frequently, and one good friend even went so far as to say, “You’ve got that Chris Sanders thing going

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Bao the Baobab’s first animation test!

This semester has been a challenge, to put it lightly. A lot of people wanted to jump on this project at first, so I promised a really ambitious deliverable to the teacher. Then everyone who was going to help with

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