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Caesar
09-15-2013, 09:33 AM
Following the "Would You mind" appreciation, some more real drawing/ painting made without any reference (except for the two versions of the blonde girl)- Various tools testing: watercolors, Tombows felt pens, pencil and black/grey tones markers. I hope You like them too.

copespeak
09-15-2013, 05:58 PM
You are so productive Caesar, and these are great! :cool:

stuart2
09-15-2013, 08:04 PM
Caesar
Great collection. I really like the blonde girl and the horse. Horses are so difficult to draw but you have nailed it..Well done..Stuart

coops
09-16-2013, 09:06 PM
You have been so busy Cesare, these are great:)

Caesar
09-17-2013, 01:20 AM
They aren't so good after all and nothing more than rough outcomes for warming up and practicing, but You are very kind, dear Robyn, Stuart and Katie. Thank You all!

limey-g
09-17-2013, 01:48 AM
Really good work Caesar, you sure have been busy .
Geoff

justjean
09-17-2013, 09:25 AM
They look great to me, Caesar, I really like the 8th lady head :)

Caesar
09-17-2013, 10:00 PM
Thank You, dear Geoff! Relaxingly busy indeed ...

Dear Jean, glad You like the 8th one in particular. I developped that face as a features reminder of a quite attractive lady we saw on holidays, which I tried to fix in a sort of unfinished sketch that may end up nextly into an actual painting or drawing. Thank You!

D Akey
09-18-2013, 11:45 AM
So is that Mr Ploos in his fighting fit days in the lower right? And those are all his ladies in waiting?

Very nice drawings, summer, winter, spring or fall. Love the female of the species as they spring forth like Venus from the head of Zeus. I think Zeus or Jupiter must have been Italian. Now go make some thunder, Caesar.

Caesar
09-18-2013, 07:24 PM
Dear D Akey, I think our octagenuarian painter (Mr. Ploos) is an even more formidable and irreducible art warrior than this dwarf!:oLOL;)
Actually it was Athena (Greek) or Minerva (Roman) that was told to have been born right out of the head of Zeus (Greek) or Jupiter (Roman) after a painful headache compelling him to crack his skull and let her out already grown and armed, but Venus a certainly a bit more sensually appealing, I admit, unless You wish to rather play chess!LOL;) I'll see how I can manage thunders and lightings in a next effort ... Thank You,dear friend.

Alexandra
09-20-2013, 12:04 AM
A great group of paintings from a very talented artist!

Caesar
09-20-2013, 01:18 AM
Thank You, dear Sandra! I just like to play with any kind of new tool .... like a kid.

D Akey
09-20-2013, 01:39 AM
Dear D Akey, I think our octagenuarian painter (Mr. Ploos) is an even more formidable and irreducible art warrior than this dwarf!:oLOL;)
Actually it was Athena (Greek) or Minerva (Roman) that was told to have been born right out of the head of Zeus (Greek) or Jupiter (Roman) after a painful headache compelling him to crack his skull and let her out already grown and armed, but Venus a certainly a bit more sensually appealing, I admit, unless You wish to rather play chess!LOL;) I'll see how I can manage thunders and lightings in a next effort ... Thank You,dear friend.


Well the point is that coming out of your head the goddesses are born with g-strings and high heels (not spears and shields) -- the goddesses of pulp fictional sex with mortals. . . I wonder which household goddess has been formally made the goddess of internet porn. Talk about immortality. . .

sabena
09-20-2013, 02:03 AM
Hi Caesar Much Work and very good you have do a instalation with them:rolleyes:

Caesar
09-20-2013, 04:23 AM
Dear D Akey, You're always a hoot and Your humour made me "laugh-roll" once again. LOL:D You also posed a quite difficult question tough, especially considering that in these obscure times everything became so romanceless, anything became a cheap and fast-food like commodity with glorious erotic newspapers closed, much talk and ads on sex (or should I rather say of enabling tools and pills and fool boasting?), sex as a food-like need or a mere biological function to perform like jogging and poor enthralling case of real, involving, meaningful love affairs. Mala tempora currunt. Thank You!

Thank You, dear Sabena. Actually they asked me to take part to some real paintings exhibition when ready, but I cannot display a personal style and only few paintings and drawings anyway since I often give my decent outcomes as a gift to my brothers or to friends.

Chris_Paris
09-20-2013, 04:58 AM
Hi Caesar.
Very nice as usual. I noticed that your women are particularly sexy. Is that what we could call the Italian touch ?

Caesar
09-20-2013, 06:41 PM
Thank You, dear Chris. Actually most women are or may be sexy, I suspect. Much depends on what You can see and carve out of them by still keeping a measure, a mystery. Our cultural heritage look since long time for balance, proportion, harmony ans some psychological insight and magic intuition as the core of beauty and appeal (outreaching in any direction is rarely enjoyable and really sex appealing, but for few people, I guess)

stevemawmv
09-22-2013, 08:09 AM
Really enjoy viewing your sketches, regardless of what season it is, However I'am looking forward to your Fall collection.
What I enjoy about sketching is it's from ones imagination, feelings or emotions not neccesarly a concept, simply pure creativity.
Again!, Enjoyed Them All
Steve

Caesar
09-23-2013, 07:36 PM
Thank You, dear Steve! That's exactly as You say, just pure loose creativity and practice, which You enjoy doing (provided the outcome fits Your expectations, not always exactly so when Your inner sight fades away in the process or You just take the wrong approach or move LOL:D)