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Sketches in public and life studies

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Re: Sketches in public and life studies

Postby kirants » Sat Mar 25, 2017 12:53 pm

Thanks, Linda. Yep. Not doing it gets you rusty, but am sure with all the experience behind, you will surely spring back fast.

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Re: Sketches in public and life studies

Postby PogArt » Mon May 29, 2017 3:01 pm

I'm appreciated and impressed with your drawings , it's because I nearly don't drawing at all from life?!
I know I should have practice life drawings, it would have make my skills greater.
It's good to see so many different sketches my friend.
I'm very impressed !
Artur Adamczyk

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Re: Sketches in public and life studies

Postby Henrik Stenlund » Sat Dec 09, 2017 3:05 pm

Hi Kiran,

I like what I see, really beautiful work. I realize that you are in the track on continuous development as I have been following you for 10 years now.

I also had recently the chance of taking a class of model drawing after many years. It is a great pleasure to draw people in 30 sec to 20 min poses and longer. After that one starts to feel that anything is possible.

Keep them coming!
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Re: Sketches in public and life studies

Postby john c » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:18 am

If anyone on this site that prove it will improve your work it has to be you. And I wrote this many time. Your work from when you first joined. To today is great. Love your work. Alway pushing your limits. Still have your drawing



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