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Return of the skull.
I hadn't asked anyone to pose with my father's skull for some time, yet the possibilities seem endless...She was afraid to laugh during our conversation, it could fall off easily...I'll post the finished version in some time, I think this should be more detailed and dark. Compressed charcoal on 50x70cm paper

Suddenly I recognized her pose.
We were drawing her in my old friend's studio and I exclaimed: David!
Compressed charcoal on 70x50cm paper, 10 minutes at the most

Wishing you all a nice weekend!

An other one from the duo session.
They are both very accomplished in their (different) line of work and part of the conversation had to do with that, very interesting.
They are not professional models, but friends wanting to experience how it is to pose in the nude and be drawn by an artist. We loved it and decided we will do this again!

Versatile model.
She brought all kinds of underwear and this was the best choice to do this pose, inspired by a photo by @midbrowart
Compressed charcoal on 50x50cm paper

Special muse A wearing my jacket.
I bought it many years ago while visiting Rome, this wonderful leather jacket model "Napoleon".
If only the artist who made it could see it on her...
Compressed charcoal, white chalk, oil pastel on red paper 70x50cm.

Repost of one of the first short closeup videos we did. I still like that it has an ending, almost like a short story...

Sold to a dedicated fan! She will have a new, unique version of my artbook. It now has my artist's statement and two pieces which weren't in the previous version.
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Paper & Model
A dream come true, literally.
With my easy going enthusiastic muse who posed for my previous post.
Mutilated photos to comply with Instagram's censorship

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Wishing you all a nice weekend!

Suddenly I recognized her pose.
We were drawing her in my old friend's studio and I exclaimed: David!
Compressed charcoal on 70x50cm paper, 10 minutes at the most

Return of the skull.
I hadn't asked anyone to pose with my father's skull for some time, yet the possibilities seem endless...She was afraid to laugh during our conversation, it could fall off easily...I'll post the finished version in some time, I think this should be more detailed and dark. Compressed charcoal on 50x70cm paper

Just shoes.
Compressed charcoal on 50x70cm paper

An other one from the duo session.
They are both very accomplished in their (different) line of work and part of the conversation had to do with that, very interesting.
They are not professional models, but friends wanting to experience how it is to pose in the nude and be drawn by an artist. We loved it and decided we will do this again!

Versatile model.
She brought all kinds of underwear and this was the best choice to do this pose, inspired by a photo by @midbrowart
Compressed charcoal on 50x50cm paper

Back in time.
Three photos combined: finished drawing, sketch and a (censored for Instagram) reference photo she allowed me to shoot after the sketch was done.
Finishing the drawing like this during our session would have taken at least an hour which would make for an expensive drawing indeed. I'd rather create more sketches and possibly finish them using or not using a photo if I'm allowed.
Never trust a photo, lenses distort the perspective, a lifesketch should be the start I think.
Short video created in the iMovie app.

Selfie-like composition.
I believe social media and the omnipresent offhand photography smartphones seem to encourage will have a lasting effect on visual arts. Compositions such as this one are non-existant in classical painting/drawing. I like the immediacy/intimacy of this kind of view. It is almost as if the viewer is part of what is going on.
She was on the table, within touching distance, hands on the edge of the table and on a chair.
Compressed charcoal on 50x70cm paper

Special muse A wearing my jacket.
I bought it many years ago while visiting Rome, this wonderful leather jacket model "Napoleon".
If only the artist who made it could see it on her...
Compressed charcoal, white chalk, oil pastel on red paper 70x50cm.

Stretching.
Today I was visited by this muscular and lean bodied dancer/performer whom I've had the pleasure to work with more often.
Inspired by a photo in the feed of one of my followers on Instagram.

Making of 2 oilpaintings.
The Blue crawler 70x50cm oil on canvas which is sold and currently in Barcelona to participate in the Figurativas 17 art competition;
a small painting of @tekenmodel while she was lying on the floor with me looking down at her, starting with a acrylic paint base layer to speed things up.

Nobody came.

Bored.
"Please just sit at the table looking bored, I love the combination with your outfit!" I said. The previous session she showed me a photo on her smartphone of this black leather kinky piece of clothing, leaving her breasts bare - she bought it for a party she never went to...
Tomorrow I hope to finish this lifedrawing, using a reference photo she allowed me to shoot. It will be very dark...

First time I have been a nude model was today!
When a favorite model of mine mentioned she would like to draw a nude man, we decided I would pose for her and in exchange she would later pose for me. I have often wondered how it would be, posing nude while being drawn.
We trust each other so if I would ever do this with someone it could be with her. My initial apprehension was soon over, especially after the first pose (they are in chronological order). I remained very aware of my nudity during the session, which I suppose is natural for a first time. It had a somewhat liberating effect on me to expose myself for her analytical eyes, having been bullied for my body during my schooldays. There is, I believe, also a small difference in power due to being nude and vulnerable versus clothed and giving directions. Most of all it felt weird not to be the one looking/drawing but to fascilitate in this way in the creation of drawings, to function as an example of a nude male body.
It was good and we plan to do this more often.

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Beautiful woman posing for a very old man, a mature woman and a middle aged guy.
It was a nice gathering for all involved.
Compressed charcoal and white chalk on paper 50x70cm

It's up to her!
She decides when to change her pose. So I have to draw like crazy, not knowing how much time I have...
Compressed charcoal on paper

Few things are as beautiful to witness.
Oil pastel and compressed charcoal on paper, 70x50cm

Muse & painting.
Just a fun idea! The oilpainting is still waiting to be finished.

Two views in one.
Very much a posed set up by my muses of last week. What makes a duo session so special is that it is like being a witness to a meeting of friends, while during one on one sessions the attention is exclusively directed at me. What makes it difficult is the double amount of things to draw. What makes it extra beautiful is the interaction between them and the added beauty of different angles of the body at the same time.
It also costs twice the amount of money so it will remain a rare occassion!
Have a nice week

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