Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Dramatic Stacks


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I went to a figure session tonight and lo and behold there was a naked tomato! It was shy so it undressed behind stacks of cups and refused to come out into the light. Ok, really, our model tonight was a good-looking African American guy, not shy at all. After the first break he didn't quite make it back into the same pose. I tried to change my composition accordingly, but I just ended up making a mess. So I wiped it off and called it lesson learned.

9 comments:

Sarah said...

Now David will be TOTALLY convinced that we are just in it for the cute naked guys!

Pragya Tiwari said...

Beautiful grays! I always enjoy your stacks:)

martinealison said...

J'aime beaucoup la manière que vous avez traité cette belle composition et votre tomate devient la reine de la scène... Un magnifique travail de blancs.
Gros bisous

Roger Åkesson said...

Love the cool and crisp look of this one, and with the dash of red tomato.

Kathy Cousart said...

How fun for you to get to go do figure drawing with a friend! IT is all about growing and learning along the way! Love this one- that gorgeous rich red against all the wonderful whites is just fabulous! Love the reflections in the tomato and of the tomato:)

Stephanie Berry said...

I always figure if my drawing isn't more or less done before the break I plan to start from scratch. Love the blue highlights in this with all those lovely grays.

Linda Popple said...

Beautiful whites and reflections. The tomato really adds to your composition. Love the story, too!

Kirsten S. said...

LOVE this! Oh it made me smile; tremendous color, shine, reflection, and intriguing shape. Made my day.

Tania Nault said...

I'm loving the darker background for this stack! The value contrasts are beautiful.