'I'm always looking for the Hows and the Whys and the Whats,' said Muskrat, 'That is why I speak as I do. You've heard of Muskrat's Much-in-Little, of course?'
'No,' said the child. 'What is it?'
- The Mouse and his Child. Russell Hoban.

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Friday, 21 May 2010

Humanoid



This image really appeals to me. Perhaps because I spend all day every Mondays drawing an unclothed human body in life drawing class, and I have been trying to get the proportions correct. I struggle a bit. It seems like each pose I do has only one bit that I am happy with. No, I can't put them all together, but a kind thought, thank you. They are all different poses. It would look really weird.
But back to the image. I suppose I should be glad of the smooth skin of our models. This looks a lot harder to draw.

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  1. That's an impressive model. Even I can see that drawing it would be a huge challenge. Huger even than a real human. Huger than huge in fact. And that's HUGE.

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  2. Sorry. Can't top that one.

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  3. You know these naked models that you have to draw so carefully? Would it be possible to post a few photos of them for aesthetic interest? (However, may I also request that you omit any male models)

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  4. Yes, YP, I know those naked models. It would indeed be possible to post a few photos. Almost anything's possible. And you may indeed request I omit the males.

    Although you may have been more hopeful than serious, I'll call your bluff and see what I have that would be suitable for this family blog. Do you want the extremely old lady or the very obese lady? Nah just joking again.

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  5. Clive??? Bette??? Is that you???

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  6. Looks like the Rolls Royce version of C3PO from the Star Wars movies, or at least C3POs cuzzie bro.

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  7. Clive? Bette? Sorry Robert, I'm lost.

    Alden, yes!

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