posted by Michael Emerald @ 2:04 PM
The line of her torso/hip and the inside contour of her arm are fantastic, Michael. There's real energy and observation in this drawing!
I like all of them :D I used a pen for mine and like the dots that the spreading ink created as I was going slowly but it obviously wasnt slow enough :D
Great work with the figure drawing MichaelLots of love from Susan in Australia
Wow, Michael, all of these are so dynamic - I love them !!!Jules
In woman II there is a nice observation of the gentle slope between the neck and the model's right shoulder. I also enjoy the streched out right arm which is a little giacometti. Looks like fun.
These are really amazing. I don't know when was the last time I did blind contour drawings like that. It's great to see new stuff on your blog! :)
I love all your blind contours, they are so full of life! I think BCs often come out more interesting than "regular" drawings, and they are fun to keep working on too, do some shading or maybe make a painting of. Lovely work!
I really like this one--great energy in the lines!
Thy are all great but I particularly like this one.
Wow Michael - These figure drawings are amazing. Like Matisse meets Paul Klee. Very, very cool.
Amazing drawings! I was reminded of Matisse as well!
Michael, these are so expressive...really great!
Hey, these are great - there's so much conveyed by so few lines. Diane X
Michael -- since you haven't been taken yet, consider YOURSELF tagged (and you can choose to be either my #6 or #7... whichever number suits you best)! ;-) You can go to my blog to see what to do. I imagine there are seven interesting or odd things you could tell us about yourself...
Michael, your contour drawings as charming! Fresh, delightful. Would love to see you do them in black ink.
love this one!
This is nice work Michael. I have seen this type of work in the Modern in Amsterdam. Nice blog. Sherrie
Nice work! Picasso-ish :)
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