hey, i like this one. sparse, not too rendered. i like the way the shape and attitude of the hand completely mirrors his face. i sometimes feel there's a bit too much control in your drawings and would love to see a bit more of "the hunt." the chasing of specific lines to tell the whole story. allow yourself to make a mess in the pursuit of a specific idea.a previous post of the guy with the chin. it's the juxtaposition of chin against neck shoulder forehead-something- i don't know. i see something in there but it's murky for me because it's behind all your care and caution.one man's POV. again i applaud your energy and enjoy checking in on your drawings. keep it up pete, nice work.
Thank you.I too feel that some of the better drawing is the more spontanious stuff that is not so careful. I love to work with a ball point pen because I can have so much control and sometimes I forget it is about taking chances and letting go. I AM NOT BLAMING THE PEN, JUST MY USAGE!You did some wonderful drawings not so long ago in your drawing class that were value studies in graphite pencil of various heads. I enjoyed what you did with those and the energy that was inflected. I may have to take your lead on that. How long did you take to do them?
varied. mostly while steve huston was blathering on. i would say, 10 to 15 minutes.
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