Saturday, August 9, 2014

Diving quick sketches

Diving bodies...love swimmer's bodies  :)  Mainly a torso study, left heads for another moment.

Foreshortening Exercise

I am getting back to the blogworld and stuff after some 4 years of raising babies.  Here is a sketch inspired by a clothed figure class drawing from the mega-talented Chuck Pyle, the head of the Dept. of Illustration at AAU in San Fran, where I got my Fine Art degree.   The exercise was foreshortening.  I added the beer and the atomic chair.  I have been watching Lost Girl, so her face slightly resembles Emmanuelle Vaugier.  


Thursday, August 13, 2009

Sailor Pinup Workshop






This was from a while ago....I should have posted them before.  I tend to draw big, so sometimes feet get cut off on small sketchbooks like the one I had this day (damit!).  The fishnets were fun to wrap around.  Pinup themes at the drawing club never disappoint.

Monday, August 3, 2009

70's 'Shaft' Workshop



This Drawing Club workshop was themed after 70's Blaxploitation films.  Bob always has theme related music playing during the workshop, and this playlist was awesome.  Funky basses are totally up my alley.  Michael, our model, rocked that stage.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

French Maid Workshop




(Mischevious) French Maid Workshop at the Drawing Club (dot com).  From a while back, but I decided I should post them before the newer drawings....it was a fun drawing session...top are five, down to ten & then 15 minute poses.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Water Tribe

A Katara pinup for my friend Johane Matte's online comic Water Tribe on Deviant Art.  This is fan-fiction and her amazing version of Zhao's life after being dragged away by the Sea Spirits on the Northern Water Tribe invasion at the end of Avatar Season 1.  Check it out: it's awesome art and a page turner!  Be sure to start from file 1...

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Drawing Workshop-Poison Ivy



Drawing Workshop this Thursday at the Drawing Club.  Theme was Poison Ivy.  5 to 20 minute poses.  Posted from quick poses to longer poses, in that order....last pose really needed a background to be explained, specially from the angle I was sitting.  Glad it was a longer pose.  I was tempted to continue the bottom two drawings at home, but then I remembered that is the best way to ruin nice workshop drawings sometimes  :)  So I just added a quick dark contour on the figures and left 'em alone.