Your figure drawings and paintings are absolutely beautiful! I have just joined a local croquis drawing society to improve my life drawing skills.
I am going to follow your blog!
a selection of recent works.. everything here is from the live model except "superman" (yes that's his real, crazy tattoo!) and the young woman on the sofa - those are from life sketches and refs. -Kevin
Great update Kevin! Thanks for the inspiration!
.. all on newsprint.. figure is 18 x 24" and the others are about 1/2 sheet of that.. The final small portrait/head study is about 10 x 12" also charcoal on newsprint. thanks for looking!
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OMG THE DUDE WITH THE SUPERMAN TATTOO! I've had that model. He's a kind of weird guy, isn't he? I remember he once had a stuffed jaguar with him, which he called his "spirit buddy" and the teacher kept moving it because it was covering his feet and he was getting upset about that hahaha
"Beautifully Stunning" !!!!! ' Very much the Masters voice in these - Umm ' I have a Funny Feeling I've seen some of these Gorgeous works somewhere before , in my dreams perhaps....!!
these are all quick paintings - max about 5 hours and some at 2.5 or so.. the drawings were about 2 hours each or so.. All from the live model. thanks for looking! and thank you all for the comments!~
and a few more I think at my blog -- cheers !
Kevin - Your work is such a treat to look at. I love how you handle the brush.
Awesome progression ! You're on the right track !
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Awesome work! Its great looking at the progress in your drawings & paintings
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Thank you kind peoples for your thoughts and commentary! Happy Saturday!
The first figure is on "good" paper ( e.g., strathmore 400) - and was about 8 hours in the making from the live model ( all of these are unless stated otherwise). Charcoal pencil, wolff's carbon, compressed and willow.
Joanna was about an hour and a bit on newsprint.
Some quick figure studies - mostly 10,20's
Kristin 40 minutes and Alicia 20..
Anna Netrebko - a Russian opera singer in Acrylics - via photo
Linda Thorsen from "The Avengers - via photo Acrylics on paper..
cheers all - kevin
killin it.... Those figure drawings are candy.
I love your studies kevinwueste especially your charcoal studies
Very very nice work done here.
I like all the work.
Thanks for sharing these
@Matt - thanks Sir!
@F!end - cheers - I wish !
@Wolf with many dots around name - please - NO don't do that - I can send you some M&M's if that will forestall any bad decisions!
@mitalisharma34 - thank you - now where are these diagrams!
@udonhead - thank you !
idharam - thank you
ktmiller - I will work on the colors !
Here are some new figures from my classes.. The new semester as been super fun so far! The gestures are TEd and Jeffrey - mostly 2 minute-ers.. the longer poses are 5, 10 and maybe a 20 .. Veronique is 30 minutes..
Thank you for looking !
Kevin, you know I'm a fan. Anytime I need some inspiration. I just look at this thread. Beautiful work!!
Ennis - very small head study - done @ the TnT workshop this summer..
Last day painting... oil on Linen.. oh - these are from the live model..
2nd to last day - above.. from live model..
Demo for one of my figure classes..
( a few recent short gestures/figures - from the live model)
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Your work is incredibly inspiring! Thank you so much for sharing, Kevin!
I'm speechless! It's breathtakingly beautiful!
I think maybe ' just maybe a brilliant artist in the making .... Goshim ' theres one of these nudes the standing contrapposto pose amongst these , that stands out as one of your much more incredible drawings to soft eyes ...Thankyou really loved lingering on these ...bought a hugh smile for sure ..! A
This is my new homepage. Inspring work, really makes me want to draw everytime I see this. Outstanding.
wow amazing work, loving those portraits and the figures are awesome as always, when you do those figures what is the first thing you put down in the paper?
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