Interesting presentation and as always well done figures. Why do artists' models always have such droopy boobs? Volume, of course. Rubens lives in figurative drawing workshops, not at the corner Starbucks. I once had a skinny male model, there wasn't much one could do with him. It was Giacometti Day.
beautiful figure drawing Jean..I particularly like the heads..
It always amazes me how much you are able to convey with a few lines.I also like how you superimposed one on top of the other.
The volumes are well marked; strength and expression. I like a lot!
HelloI like so much your style and personality in your art work. Best regards,Maribel M.B
There is something warm and open about her face. Very nice.
Hi Jean, beautiful drawing.. original presentation, i think is brilliant.. :)
Thanks, Linda.Sounds like you are adept at figuring lemonade from lemons.
Thanks, Elaine.They are my favorites, too.
Thanks, minn. Limited paper can lead to surprising solutions.I think this was the first time I did a picture on a picture of the same pose from different vantage points.
Thanks, Li.I liked it when I drew it, too.
Thanks, Maribel.And the same, from me to you, about your work.
Thanks, Margaret.I think the warmth was emanating from the model.
Thanks, Mari Jose.Lots of times, having just one piece of paper makes things more interesting.
Pensive lady in both. I slightly prefer the bottom one.
Me too, I like the composition in the inset.