Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Yesterday Life Drawing + Weekend Sketches.







20 comments:

Virginia Valle said...

Is nice to see again your new post :)The red car is really beautiful,the sketches too and I love the life drawings

Per Hardestam said...

The composition as well as the colours of the first one is really great!

Matthew Cruickshank said...

I struggle with that male model ( not literally ). He's always so static and never doing any interesting poses.

On your second drawing he looks like he's about to pee on her. Some people are into that. I'm not.

Top stuff!

max said...

Great drawings Stef!
All of them.
I like a lot the third sketch of the life drawing series, the dark one with the moody feel, very nice, it looks like something's brooding, maybe an argument...
And that chap at Cafe Rouge is really nice too, he looks thoughtful, that and the girl on the tube are really drawings that make you wonder what's the story behind those people.

Smook said...

Nice Stef! What type of pen are you using on the first couple, almost seems like you never lift the pen from the paper.

The guy sitting at the reserved table is top notch for me, and I agree with Max, the third sketch from the life drawing class with the heavy shadows make it bold and expressive to me.

Nice to see a new post.

Mattias said...

wonderful as allways but I long fore more houses

Stef said...

-Thank you Virginia. I really struggled at the life drawing this week, I couldn't do anything I' like.

-Tack Per.

-Yes Matt, he was like a stick, the girl was great,I really like her shape, nice curves.

-Thanks Max, but the girl in the tube was a guy. Now I have to practise more to be able to show the difference between a boy and a girl in my drawings.

- Hey Smook, I used a fountain pen, a pen I love along with my brush pen. It's true that the pen stayed on the paper all the time, probably becasue I was bored at one stage and couldn't be bothered.

-Thans Mattias, more houses soon.

max said...

That one at Cafe Rouge is a man, isn't it?

Raymond Xu said...

Awesome Sketches, You have a very appealing visual style and I like how you used different mediums.

Alina Chau said...

Always fun and inspiring to see your drawings!! Great stuffs as always!

Shawn Escott said...

NICE! The car is rock'n!

Paul Sørensen said...

These are really beautifull life drawings, and the car is cool.

Dan Thompson said...

Hey Stephane. That little car is great. I see you are using a different pen on some of these.

rupesh said...

An excellent series of life drawings,
:)

Mr Fabulon said...

Ton trait est très libre c'est chouette, bravo

Virginia Valle said...

well I dont think so:) all of them are really great!!
Stef, I see you links and now look cool this is the second blog with this method :).I need to do the same, I think the blog look more clean and ordered :)

Vivek said...

brilliant!!! Are you still a student or do you take time out to do studies even as a proffessional (like we all promise ourselves everynight!!!)??

donnachada said...

Lovely stuff Stef. Love 'em all, but the third one down really stands out to me.
So graphic.

Boris Hiestand said...

oooo- me like!

Stef said...

Hi Vivek, no, I'm not a student, I just do a lot of sketches outside work, I love sketching everywhere.