Figure Drawing

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Pastels can be very expressive. When I'm feeling chaotic or indecisive I draw with pastels to sort out my emotions.

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Pastels can be very expressive. When I'm feeling chaotic or indecisive I draw with pastels to sort out my emotions.

Trudy Good (pastel and charcoal drawing)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

40 Mind Blowing Charcoal Drawings and Sketches - Lava360

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James Jean | Figure Drawing

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Figure & Gesture Drawing Practice ToolFigure & Gesture Drawing by 松野咸鱼 on Indulgy.com

Artist: Cristina Troufa #painting #color #negativespace  Person on a stool, whose skin in colored in, but not her shirt of hair... I think this is interesting because it is a creative use of negative space to draw the viewer's attention to the skin.

"Pedestal" Art Print

Artist: Cristina Troufa #painting #color #negativespace Person on a stool, whose skin in colored in, but not her shirt of hair... I think this is interesting because it is a creative use of negative space to draw the viewer's attention to the skin.

Crawfurd Adamson, 1953 | Figurative painter | Tutt'Art@ | Pittura * Scultura * Poesia * Musica |

Crawfurd Adamson, 1953 | Figurative painter

Crawfurd Adamson, born in Edinburgh, is a noted figurative artist from Scotland, although he has spent much of his career in the South of England. He has exhibited widely and internationally, and has paintings in major collections around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the National Fleming Collection in London.

Portugal-based artist Cristina Troufa's collection of paintings are filled with the expressive emotions of women exploring themes of identity and self. She

Emotionally Expressive Self-Portraits Utilize Negative Space

Portugal-based artist Cristina Troufa's collection of paintings are filled with the expressive emotions of women exploring themes of identity and self.