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Thread: XVI century fashion

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    XVI century fashion

    Pencil drawing again. Imaginary. Sketch and final versions ...
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Dear Caesar, this is absolutely beautiful, just perfect

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    Love the style stunning work as always dear friend
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    Beautiful work Cesare, looks like she came right out of a romantic novel. Well done
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    Great stuff. I enjoy the pencil work, it's one of those mediums that require more attention than most.

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    Caesar, it is interesting how you completely dominates this technique. Your mastery of color is sharp and your colors are beautiful. Congratulations dear friend.

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    Fantastic work Caesar! Your figure sketching is incredible!
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    Thank You, dear Pat. Not really perfect, but it gives weel enough the idea for an imaginary, referenceless, quick enough excercise. Honestly I'm satisfied enough of this outcome, not a frequent case for me indeed.

    Dear Amanda, from a masterfull drawer(ess) as You are, it's an absolutely welcome compliment! Thank You very much!

    Yes, dear Katie, but she's probably not at the happy ending as yet .... Thank You!

    I wish it were so, dear Oriane ... I've been too long a mere drawer, so I find techniques and use of colors exciting, but always a little less natural to me. I should be probably bolder sometimes and often stick more to lessins and golden rules.

    Thank You, dear Sketch! I should probably work more on different kind of clothes draping to image more correctly how they fold ... Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Been watching with interest your recent drawing posts -- you have a deft touch and good eye for line. Very nice work!

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