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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.

I'm not done yet
This perspective is so inspiring to me, it could very well be something I'll return to again and again, in different styles and media.
I was almost completely under the table, lying on my back, looking up at her. The life drawing I posted earlier, this is scratching and more scratching in photoshop. So grateful for her willing to work with me!

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

It is about...
form through light & shadow, beauty and meaning is in the eye of the beholder...
And the privilege to work together like this, creating souvenirs...

This drawing must be 35 years old, again one I found while cleaning the house. This must be one of my first tentative attempts on life drawing, during my studies to become an art teacher.
You can see the method we were taught, using construction lines and the insecure sketching along the arm (which can be boring if you don't concentrate) and supporting hand. However I still like the composition, pose and relative softness/weight of the breasts.
What do you think?
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Scratching her back.
The sketch of her back, made last tuesday, that is!
No touching models, in exceptional cases to adjust hair or clothing - and only with permission.
Compressed charcoal and coloring pencils on A3+ paper

Joy
After we met, we worked as tutor and model during an in company training at an advertising agency. Those employees needed training in sketching and visualising, life drawing is one of the best ways to develop those skills.
She was an ideal model for that purpose, with classical proportions.
She had that certain "je ne sais qoui" so I asked but she did not want to pose for individual artists. Sad to say she also let me down by not showing when I organized a group session.
Today I came across an old sketch of her which I finished in this way in oilpastel 50x50cm.

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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!

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.

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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

Friends
She made the suggestion to pose with a friend of hers. Last tuesday we finally made this a reality - it was very special, beautiful and intimate.

A bow to you. Have you recently started following me? Thank you, I appreciate it very much...In my art I try to express my admiration for/my fascination with the entire female body and spirit. As a result a few of my works can be viewed as so called explicit. Are there any parts of a body that offend you, or which you would rather not see? Please avoid my art and unfollow me now, my next post will be a drawing featuring a revealing pose.
Peace be with you!

Former model...
Muse, artist, dancer, inspirator, art therapist, sympathetic person...only posing for groups, she stopped modeling a couple of years ago, that is how it goes, I hope not with a few models I have really bonded with. Let's get old together and create art until we drop

https://thelifemodelwholookedback.wordpress.com
It is a privilege getting to know awesome people like her thanks to creating my art. Read her blog, she described how it is, working with me as a model.
Here she supported her head in a peculiar way. Pencil on A3 paper

It is about...
form through light & shadow, beauty and meaning is in the eye of the beholder...
And the privilege to work together like this, creating souvenirs...

Sketch a poledancer!
For my dutch followers, I'm organizing a lifedrawing session with this amazing poledancer june 25th!
Als je mee wil doen meld je dan aan op facebook (schetserij) of stuur me een DM

Crate for my oilpainting
which has been selected to be judged for real by the jury of Figurativas 17.
I've made this (hopefully) sturdy wooden crate to house my "Blue crawler" painting during transport to Barcelona (and back again) for the figurative art competition of https://www.meam.es/es/announcements/4/figurativas-2017.html

Joy
After we met, we worked as tutor and model during an in company training at an advertising agency. Those employees needed training in sketching and visualising, life drawing is one of the best ways to develop those skills.
She was an ideal model for that purpose, with classical proportions.
She had that certain "je ne sais qoui" so I asked but she did not want to pose for individual artists. Sad to say she also let me down by not showing when I organized a group session.
Today I came across an old sketch of her which I finished in this way in oilpastel 50x50cm.

A bit different
Acrylic paint drawn with the tube and shading with tape.
A model from a group session drawn years ago, I don't know anything about her

This is E.
I'm looking forward to an other session with my new old artist friend and his model/artist and lovely E. Also she and I have reserved two days to work outside if the weather permits. She very much likes to get a tan while posing!
Charcoalpencil on A3+ paper, no sketching, no eraser

Drawing in the old artist's studio.
My new old friend, the 91 year old artist, still enjoys life drawing although his eyesight is less than 15%. I introduced the lovely E to him and now we regularly meet to draw her. Present during this session was a model of his for over 40 years, an artist herself. In all those years working together as artist and muse many life events passed: she got married, had children, divorced...and has grandchildren now.
I would like to follow that example with all women willing to work with me, as I get attached a bit, but would be happy if it would be realized with a few.
These are just some fast linedrawings created during that session

Scratching her back.
The sketch of her back, made last tuesday, that is!
No touching models, in exceptional cases to adjust hair or clothing - and only with permission.
Compressed charcoal and coloring pencils on A3+ paper

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