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Thread: Silhouette quick experiment

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    Silhouette quick experiment

    A few minutes of play. A silhouette I drew (didn't trace) and painted (arms and legs) referenceless, then coloured for in the residual areas.
    Unfortunately I've got no wooden model (or mannequin), so some proportions may be wrong, but i still like its geometry.
    This basic drawing may have quite a number of outcomes.

    TO ANY WILLING MATE:
    Pls feel free to download this skecth and complete it the way and the style You would like .... and put Your signature on instead ...
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    Last edited by Caesar; 06-23-2010 at 10:24 PM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Both it's proportions, and it's geometry, look good to me Caesar...
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    Great anatomy and great talent, but my eyes go down to the fantastic Cesare Shoes of Italy.

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    Caesar does love his skankboots.

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    ... obviously it's a curved geometry Gauss would have possibly appreciated too, dear Barnburner. Thank You!

    ... sooner or later I'll have to become a shoe designer and maker. It looks like I've got already a market in here! Thank You, dear Sandra!

    ... I hope You too, with all the rest once finished and in place, dear Doc! thanks for dropping ....
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    Is this the one legget woman? I like her shoe
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    This is looking fine Cesare and looking forward to seeing it finished and also getting my shoes back. Well done
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    Very nice, feminine cotours, Caesar... but as Ev is pointing out... what about the other leg? Or the rest is upon us how we deal with it?

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    Thank You, dear Evart, Katie and Anna!
    Don't worry, it's not for a campaign against mines. She's making dance excercises; so the other leg is lifted sideways, behind the figure and kept in position by the other arm, ... unfortunately hiden by her chest and head ...
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