Life drawing?the guy looks dead!

Postby Blackthorn on Fri Mar 22, 2002 5:39 am

I KNOW that life drawing helps me with my comic.I KNOW it helps me with art in general and I know I've been doing it for five years.

But if I have to go back and draw Ugly Naked Steve AGAIN,I'm gonna kill something.
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Postby Sapheire on Mon Mar 25, 2002 5:11 pm

eek! I know what you mean! We had to draw a really nasty old naked guy named Ron in my life drawing classes. He wore clothes every now and then, so that was good. O.o Can't they ever get good looking guy models? The girls were all decent looking...
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Postby Blackthorn on Tue Mar 26, 2002 10:13 am

I actually had a nice-looking male model once.But unfortunately he had a really annoying butt-twitch, so my teacher didn't ask him again.Dammit.:razz:
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Postby Uneide on Mon Apr 01, 2002 3:57 pm

hmm. I had a decent looking male model ONCE. But I was the only girl in the class so everytime he came on all the guys would start winking and pointing out his attributes. *twitch twitch* It's hard to draw when you're looking like a tomato...

Then there was the one who had been posing for 60 years *not exxagerating, sadly* and made the lewdest poses... bah...
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