She looks like she's carved in marble! Gorgeous sketch, Marcelo.
How do you get a magic marker to look like conte?
Thanks Ale!Adam, I dry out my marker. If I press hard, it gives me a good amount of ink, and if I press lightly it gives me a charcoal pencil-like effect.
i think it's ur super understanding of the figure which does the magic on paper, the marker takes the credit:)
that's some bold, confident work with a marker. Nice one Marcelo
Hey Marcelo! Great work on the blog. The figures have beautiful lines, and you have to be proud of that WOW packaging art! Most of all though, I'm really enjoying these animated dogs with their great sense of movement. Thanks.
marcelo!you have amazing work on your blog. I am big fan of your stuff.Will be back for morebest,jp
Lovely lovely drawing. All the more inspiring for being 5 minutes.
Awesome Marcelo. This is inspiring me to do more life drawing regularly.-BIv
She's hot. And oh yeah - good drawing.
very nice...its always a treat to see the way you treat anatomy
Beautiful sketch!Simple but keeping shape perfectly.:o)
Good sketch marcelo, it´s speed , but nice. .I would like go to that studio, but i think it´s a bit far for me , Im from Canary island , (haha) , do you know where is it?
Me impresiona o dominio e leveza das linhas no desenho.um maestro.
Abhishek, you are too funny.Craig, thanks. That's the thing about working with the marker, there's no going back. Once a decision is made, it can't be taken back. And, it forces me to work quickly. The slower I move the marker, the more ink flows out of the tip.Thanks Henry, I liked your figure drawing too. Mike, I'm glad you liked the dogs, they were a lot of fun to draw.Thanks JP, Ken, Chris, Romulo, Riabovitchev and Omar.Jose, sinembargo te voy a guardar un lugar. Carcamo, agradecimentos, você é demasiado bom com migo.
do you go there regularly?
Jason, I just learned about this session, but I thought it was a good enough that I would go ahead and post it on my blog. I attempted to get there the following week, but it interfered with my wife's tennis. But, hopefully she'll return to her regular scheduled tennis day and I can go again. I'm going to try and make it this Thursday.
5 min...holy schnikes!! Israel's a great guy, so glad he got something going. Will have to check it out. Thanks for the heads up!!
Didn't want to drop my comment in the Frazetta post (I think it needs its own space!)And thank you so much for visiting my blog and commenting on it. It is a real motivation :) I have always been a little fan of your artwork. Thank you so much :)
ohg I wish I could share so good sessions! nice work man!
Fantastic Fantastic. Do you use a wide nib marker or a whole range of large to small? Hope this makes sense fantastic non the less.
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