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addisson- You've got a really interesting way of drawing, nice :p: life drawing is great.

haha those are awesome inferences. nice sculpture idea, I'd love to work with metal.
thanks haha , life drawings is always funnnnn!!:yep: best way to train your observation skills
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Thanks, yeah I'll definitely try that. :p: I've seen oil paint on a rusted plate as a canvas and I know what you mean. There's this artist that painted a really nice portrait of a face on a rusted plate for a canvas and everything was crackled and dripping into each other. Was great. And the image was semi-transparent so you could see the rust as well.

Edit: are you using molten beeswax? if so, you'll have a looot of fun with it. I remember for my unit 7 exam, I did so many different experiments with molten liquids and materials fused together, was great.
i'm not sure actually, i think it's just bog standard candle wax from any old thing, but i'll check for you we just have this wax bath melty-thingy at school that my friend was using for her project so i was like "ooooh opportunity to make an epic mess, yay!" so i just ended up using some without really thinking about it.

also, hahah life drawings always make me cringe. last year, my friend and i just SLATED the poor woman. quietly of course. but we were really just jealous of her massive bust ahhahaa.
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i'm not sure actually, i think it's just bog standard candle wax from any old thing, but i'll check for you we just have this wax bath melty-thingy at school that my friend was using for her project so i was like "ooooh opportunity to make an epic mess, yay!" so i just ended up using some without really thinking about it.

also, hahah life drawings always make me cringe. last year, my friend and i just SLATED the poor woman. quietly of course. but we were really just jealous of her massive bust ahhahaa.
If it's candle wax you're better off using beeswax and they smell nice

haha yeah I don't know where most of the life models come from, and it's terrible pay for the amount of hours they put in (wasn't there like a strike or something a while back?) :eyeball:
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If it's candle wax you're better off using beeswax and they smell nice

haha yeah I don't know where most of the life models come from, and it's terrible pay for the amount of hours they put in (wasn't there like a strike or something a while back?) :eyeball:
mine was like 3x years old X_X
i guess they have quite high pay as not many people wanted to be a life drawing model for college

i think scuplture are so time consuming to be made , it made me mad spending hrs on making some wire model.
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mine was like 3x years old X_X
i guess they have quite high pay as not many people wanted to be a life drawing model for college

i think scuplture are so time consuming to be made , it made me mad spending hrs on making some wire model.
i get what you mean. it's pretty frustrating. i'm not much a sculpture person, this is the first i've done in about two years, but i always have these ideas i keep drawing and i never get round to doing them. so i though... why not, you know?
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I've never tried wire sculptures.

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mine was like 3x years old X_X
i guess they have quite high pay as not many people wanted to be a life drawing model for college

i think scuplture are so time consuming to be made , it made me mad spending hrs on making some wire model.
Perhaps it was just in london, because I remember this class I went to about 2 years ago and they said they were having real difficulty finding people to model because many models were on strike or something like that. I'd have thought they'd get higher pay in London.

Edit: I've been doodling and jotting down ideas now in my sketchbook for the past hour so I guess this thread kind of gave me some inspiration. great idea :p:
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I've never tried wire sculptures.



Perhaps it was just in london, because I remember this class I went to about 2 years ago and they said they were having real difficulty finding people to model because many models were on strike or something like that. I'd have thought they'd get higher pay in London.

Edit: I've been doodling and jotting down ideas now in my sketchbook for the past hour so I guess this thread kind of gave me some inspiration. great idea :p:
oh i see
our life drawing class model isnt english either, she is from somewhere Europe :yep:
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no more lovely pictures of works?
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no more lovely pictures of works?
just what i was thinking!
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here we go~ another one then

a study of a violin
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is that pen / digital ?

i did loads of violin =D
usually because i couldn't continue practicing,

i like how its contrasted,
violins always look quite .. sensual to me.
i like its curves more than the sound it produces (when i'm the violinist)
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i used pen for that drawing
i actually did a lot of violin penic drawings but they are just too boring so i created one in a different way lol
i just love the shape of all musical instrument, all so pretty :]
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i used pen for that drawing
i actually did a lot of violin penic drawings but they are just too boring so i created one in a different way lol
i just love the shape of all musical instrument, all so pretty :]
saxophone = by far and the way the most sexy instrument on the planet
i love it, by the way. it's great.
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for sensuous, the harp is something

for sexy, a violin just tops the saxaphone lol :p:
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when you start wiping the saliva off the sex just vanishes
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yes saxophone sounds sexy, i love its sounds
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oh come on guys we completely forgot the triangle, the supreme sexyiness of instruments!
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triangle piano!!!!!
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what do you mean 'too graphic' ? the colors there are amazing
whats wrong with obese man
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