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3 Minute Sketch

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I wasn't sure how much time I had spent on first in this series of three figure drawings, so I estimated that it was between eight minutes or seven, but now I'm doubtful that is accurate. I was poking around my sketch pads and I came across this drawing where I had written down the time limit as three minutes.

I think I may have estimated that one too high, it may in fact be another three or five minute sketch instead of seven to eight. The seven to eight may be the second posting, and this last posting without a doubt is listed as three minutes.

If I have confused you, that's OK, because it is now clear in my mind...I think.

17 comments :

cdeboda said...

Your figure drawings seem to sorta have a Harry Carmean-esque quality about em. Very nice.

Alden V said...

this is great!!! and in 3 minutes... i love it.

Marcelo Vignali said...

"Harry Carmean-esque?" That's one heck of a compliment.

I wish I had met him when he was alive. Alas!

Sam Nielson said...

Incredible!

andy said...

Another amazing figure drawing!

Jedulous said...

you're an amazing artist. may I add you as a link?

Marcelo Vignali said...

Thanks again everyone. I appreciate the kind words.

Jedulous, there's no need to ask to grant me the favor of adding me to your links. I am grateful for your appreciation. Thanks.

Mauricio said...

Hi Marcelo,

In 3 minutes? I can´t read 1 comment in 3 minutes.....

Un abrazo y nos vemos!

martin wittig said...

I love visiting your blog! Always such great work!!!:)

harlequinpan said...

Bravo!!

Alina Chau said...

Love your figure drawings! AWESOME!

Lee-Roy said...

Gorgeous.

A. Riabovitchev said...

Beautiful sketch!:O)

Kristian Antonelli said...

i love the curvature here..you draw in what looks like a spontaneous way..following contours finding shapes within your own construction know how..i love it all signore vignali..bravo

Anonymous said...

Dear artists: Harry Carmean is alive. Our gallery represents his work. He is still actively exhibiting and actively creating. He will have a show of figure drawings at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA early in 2007.

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