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Three Minute Figure Drawing

27 comments
Here's a three minute figure drawing drawn on newsprint with a magic marker. It is untouched, just as I scanned it. The scanner copied the image really rich, and I liked the way it turned out.

Sorry for the watermark/huge signature, but with the recent copyright problems, I gotta paste these on the images to protect myself. Hopefully, you all can look past that legality.

27 comments :

Matthew Long said...

This is beautiful, I love the rhythm and flow of the marker lines through the legs. They describe the form so elegantly.

C.Deboda said...

Nice! I could look at a blog devoted to just your figure drawings all day...watermarks and all.

Ted Blackman said...

What recent copyright problems? Did I miss something?

tiffannysketchbook said...

so expressive! love!

Marcos Mateu said...

Powerful, sublime!

art_bat said...

very plastic graphic

Daniel said...

Your figure drawing never ceases to amaze. The rhythm and economy of line are fantastic.

Thanks for sharing.

craig said...

beautiful, energetic image!

Mr.Breadcrumbs said...

so graceful

Maxnix said...

Damn that's good...you make me wanna get naked and pose for you!

Gracia said...

WOW! I love your work in general, but this sketch is awesome, I love how fresh it is, it has loads of strength. Thanks for sharing!
I also love the "old tyme" illustration, before this one, and the inspirations!!
cool! :D

Alfred Llupia said...

Hello Marcelo,so nice to see this strong beautiful image,i really like gesture of the head.Greetings.

chromasketch said...

wonderful drawing

Marcelo Vignali said...

Thanks Matthew and Daniel, for me it's all about the rhythm.

C.Deboda, Tiffany, Marcos, Art Bat, Craig, Mr. Breadcrumbs, thanks.

Ted, yeah, it's called the Orphan Works Act. Some members of congress are working with online image libraries to allow anonymous artwork to be claimed by these companies. Meaning, if someone removes your copyright and signature, these companies can claim your artwork -- and it's up to you to find your image among their data banks. Right now the onus is on them, but that responsibility would be on us if the law passes.

Maxnix, you take your clothes off, I'll draw you!

Gracia, Alfred, and Chromasketch, thanks a bunch.

Ted Blackman said...

Oh yeah, I know about that.
I thought you had personally experienced copyright problems.

A. Riabovitchev said...

Beautiful sketch and beautiful model!:o)

Vladimir Bursańá said...

Beautiful and striking work!
Love your mastery very much.
Best!

abhishek singh said...

those three minutes couldn't be more aptly used :)BRILLIANT as always:)

Milio said...

Pure expression! Very very nice, really.

Charles Santoso said...

brilliant! really beautiful flow.. very charming!

Thanks for sharing, Marcelo.

Kendra Melton said...

How did i miss this post, shes wonderful and in only 3mins, WOW!

ed said...

Do you know of a colour theory book put out by disney some years ago?

That figure drawing is schweeeet!!!

Doug from Calgary.

ed said...

Do you know of a color therory book put out by Disney
some years ago??

That figure drawing is schweeeet!!!!


nice blog!
Doug form Calgary.

gaurishankar said...

WOW..............

Craig said...

Ugghh....so nice!! I really hope you put a book together one of these days.

SKIZO said...

Thank you for sharing
This fabulous work with us
Good creations

Todra Payne said...

This is gorgeous!