Features and Limbs: Figure Drawing!

I’m taking a figure drawing class during my last semester of college– which is, of course, a huge time commitment, but it’s also a beautiful way to end my college career. I’ll be posting some drawings from that class over the next few months.

…but for now, here’s my first large assignment: a surreal assortment involving four limbs and three facial features. The purpose of the project was to get us to develop close detailed studies of some of the hardest parts of the human body.

Also, I had a lot of trouble photographing this piece, so try to ignore the spots and “seam-lines” from where I tried to even out the lighting 😦

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2 Responses to “Features and Limbs: Figure Drawing!”


  1. 1 Vishinsky Designs February 22, 2010 at 2:37 am

    Your gonna poke and eye out!

  2. 2 RobynByrd March 2, 2010 at 7:28 pm

    Fabulous detail and shading. Love the composition!


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