Sunday, June 2, 2013

Right One, Left One and More






Right One, Left One and More
She has been standing on the left for so long, since I posted her here back in July 2012. I moved her to my right, which as a lefty was much easier to draw.
This time I did a larger drawing too, considering the drawing for an upcoming show.
I’ve included the sketch of an option I was considering here too, to place the figures within a background, though probably not.
So the first drawing is the latest. The second was from last year. And of course the sketch is last, though drawn sometime between the top two.
And there is the previous post, “Two Plus One”, the most recent sketch, needing another hand.
1st: 19”x 25” pastel on tinted pastel paper
2nd: 12”x 18” pastel on tinted pastel paper
3rd: 9”x 12” ballpoint pen



10 comments:

  1. There's a nice bronze effect on the first one, quite statuesque!

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    1. I used a different tinted paper. I like it better too.

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  2. first two are sensational, and the last one looks to me like you want to get to church on time lol wonderfully done Anthony, there like minature ballet dancers that men want to keep for themselves...I can come up with ten different stories this is amazing, again, again again and again lol

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    1. I’m not sure where I was going with the sketch, definitely not church.
      Otherwise, I’d like to think she’s in charge, giving the orders. He is providing her a pedestal.
      Thank you

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  3. left or right... no matter where you put her... it's outstanding Duce :-)

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    1. Thank you.. I’m going with the right as was easier to draw.

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  4. I really love these. the detail is truly amazing, and the colours really bring them to life.
    The third sketch, set in a background, is brilliant too. I hope you will decide to produce this one in colour sometime. I think it would be very interesting! :)

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    1. It has taken me a while to get back to these figures with hands. I enjoy them too. once I figure out a reason for the background, I’m sure a painting will follow.
      Thank you

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  5. Really creative.I see a series in making...

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    1. I do hope to do a few more.
      Thank you

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