Saturday, April 11, 2015

Some In Front and Behind, A Little Rejection



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“R”


“GR”


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Some in Front and Behind, A Little Rejection


Another day writing, missing the sessions with models.
Warm up sketches from past sessions with some favorites.
All: 17”x 14” ballpoint pen

12 comments:

  1. That you can make your art move for us or stand perfectly still is an amazing gift. The rejection is so well expressed, well what I am saying you have done anything that I didn't gasp at, you are a wonderfully gifted artist, and I'm grateful ;)

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    1. Thank you…
      It has been a tough week, not having these models around to draw.

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  2. So very often I look at your sketches and I want to write a poem (to go with what I see in them)
    but I doubt I could ever come up with words good enough ...
    These are all wonderful ...

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    1. I used to take the time to come up with stories for these kind of sketches too.. I’m sure your words would enhance what I have drawn.
      Thank you

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  3. I am really impressed...how you have the amazing ability to draw such vibrant sketches from memory!
    Yes, I see rejection in each one...someone has been hurt...and it vividly reawakens an echo of the same emotion within my psyche...
    so, so, powerful...

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    1. Don’t be impressed. The sketches here were all drawn in sessions with the models.. My old memory isn’t that good☺
      The models provide the emotions you note. I just try to capture them.
      If only I was that good☺
      Thank you

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  4. Rejection really can hurts, this loss of alignment, trying and scared by new feelings and requirements...nice try to show how to overcome it...~ Particularly, I was struck by lost sketch following by dark/bright shades....different perspective here...

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    1. The ultimate hurt, I agree. It takes so much time to overcome, even when thinking it has past. The least reminder can bring it back.
      Keeping busy helps☺
      Thank you

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  5. Real good gestural poses, Tony.Like them!

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