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Thread: African sketches

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    African sketches

    This time no feminine models.
    I hope some of the mates won't be disappointed for this . It doesn't imply the need of a change of taste for anyone to be possibly appreciated (neither for me ).
    Anyway these are several styles I tried for sketching in a quite quick way.
    BTW, they're all imaginary sketches.
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    Last edited by Caesar; 11-09-2011 at 01:44 AM.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very expressive, well done Cesare
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Hail O Caesar O Mighty One .... Don't look like Obama to me ???

    Must have most of his Muscle in his Brain I reckon YEAH

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    Thank You, dear Katie! I'm favourably impressed by what You may easily enough get from certain pencils, chalk and, in case, sheet settings for quick enough sketching figures.

    Dear ATPlus, that's why everybody's selling Obama as the first black U.S. President, but it's not true. He's as much black as white, considering his parents. Actually he's half African (in direct line) and half Caucasian, as they amusingly define more or less all us paler western guys, even if most of us don't even know where those mountains and area are ...
    The ones I drew are, in my imagination, either truly subsaharian african or north african (100% I mean).
    Africa, the mankind cradle, has both genetically and as appearance the most varied list of types and features among its populations than any other continent, no matter if this may be not so evident because they all have more or less darker skins than aboriginal European o Eastern Asian.
    OMG, another lecture! Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Nice sketches Caesar, I like how you highlighted the muscle tones.
    Geoff

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    Hail O Caesar O Mighty One if that the cradle of life we must have crept out

    Pretty sharp as not to get sunburnt. O M G. I like that even thou

    I'm a non believer

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    Caesar... great sketches... from your imagination that is very impressive as they are quite well done.. I like the way you cropped them too..

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    Great sketches. I think you really got the character in each sketch down. When a lot of people draw an African man they just draw a white guy with brown skin. You really nailed the features in the faces great job.

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    Caesar, have to agree with everyone else above me here, great sketches.

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