Friday, January 30, 2009

Illustration Friday - Flawed

{Charcoal on BFK, 2009}
I did this last night in the figure drawing class that I am taking. When I woke up this morning, I saw the theme was flawed. How perfect! Not only is the human body innately flawed...so are my drawing skills. While I know I have improved over the past few years, I still always see flaws and things that could be worked on. Happy Friday everyone!

13 comments:

ElizT said...

Snap!

Edrian Thomidis said...

Very nice!

Have a great weekend!

Digital Scott's Illustrationblog said...

Nice work, Candace!

Kate said...

Actually Candace, I think it is beautiful! I love to see art like this from artists who do "other art" for a living.

joseph's art and stuff said...

beautiful, i took a simuliar approach to this as well. your work is great!

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh, no, it's gorgeous! I always hated being critiqued by the professor in art. It may not look exactly like the model, but it's my interpretation, darnit, and who's to say that's wrong? Ok, so you can see why I never lasted long in art. :)

soulbrush said...

flawed we may be, but our beauty is what's inside us. great drawing.

Diana Evans said...

Hi Candace...

there is nothing flawed about your work...this is fab!!! that course sounds like a blast...

Hugs
Diana

Indigene said...

I love the shading and I love how you've changed from digital to traditional! Wow! Bravo...lady!

claudio said...

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www.claudiotomassini.blogspot.com

yours Claudio Tomassini

e wainscott said...

great work....i love it! I like your interpretation...and I think the drawing is very nice. I have always wanted to draw like that and for the life of me just can't do it.
nicely done!

Ellen said...

Great job! We are all 'works in progress!'

Roberta said...

It's lovely Candace... once again you've shone how multi-talented you are!