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Drawing Unknown Faces, part 101 and 102

30 Apr

Two quick sketches for this month.

This is the same as part 91. The pirate is now much better defined than the previous sketch. I guess that is the subconscious mind at work.

Drawing Unknown Faces, part 101

The next sketch is based on a photo made with a fish-eye lens. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get that feel and look into the quick sketch.

Drawing Unknown Faces, part 102

That is all.

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Drawing Unknown Faces, part 98, 99, and 100

30 Apr

Three sketches to make it a hundred sketches so far. Now I only have 899 sketches to make. The first sketch was made on April 1 of this month, so if I keep this up, number 999 will be made in early 2010 (around 10 months).

This old man had an interesting face with all his folds. However, drawing his thin white 3-days beard was a bit much for a sketch, at least, for a relative newbie like myself.

Drawing Unknown Faces, part 98

This baby was having a bit to eat, what made for an interesting sketch.

Drawing Unknown Faces, part 99

You would expect something special for number hundred, so I tried to do just that. This toddler had such a nice and easy to draw pose, that I picked this photo as a reference for a sketch.

Drawing Unknown Faces, part 100

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Drawing Unknown Faces, part 96 and 97

30 Apr

The next sketch was a bit of a caricature, in the sense that the head wasn’t wide enough. The overall impression of the original photo is in there, though.

Drawing Unknown Faces, part 96

This sketch I had to rework, because the eyes just weren’t drawn at the right angle in the face. I guess I have review my anatomy a bit more. After that small revision I’m quite pleased with the result. I even tried to put some of the gray scales of the patches on her shirt.

Drawing Unknown Faces, part 97

That is all.